Aren’t you sick and tired of (literally) flushing thousands of dollars down the toilet on toilet paper costs each year? Well, good news! You don’t have to any more! The Roto Wipe personal cleaning wheel is here! With its high-tech rotating technology, the Roto Wipe will spin its way into your butts, hearts, and souls, and clean up any mess with ease.
Made from high-quality materials, the Roto Wipe is designed to be durable and long-lasting: it comes with 5 year warranty or 10,000 flushes. It provides superior cleaning experience that you won’t find with regular toilet paper. Its compact size and ergonomic design make it easy to use and store, and you can take it with you on a vacation or to work. It’s like a car wash for your bum, what’s not to love? The only downside: 16 batteries that are required to power it are not included, so that’s a little extra cost you have to consider.
But that’s not all! The Roto Wipe also comes with a variety of attachments to suit all your household needs. Nylon-polymer stripping disc will quickly clean potatoes, and there’s even a soft cotton disc for polishing your nails, or return a beautiful shine to your wine glasses! Same 5 year warranty and “dishwasher safe” promise applies to expansion discs.
All jokes aside, it’s not actually a real product. It’s just a prank box. You can get it on Amazon as a gift box for a friend who appreciates toilet humor. Please note that this site is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. As an Amazon Associate affiliate we earn from qualifying purchases.
9 thoughts on “Roto Wipe: Better Alternative To Costly Toilet Paper!”
Pretty sure it would be a huge hit if real. The laziness of people amazes me every day. In addition there are so many fat people who cant even reach their behinds.
I was not amused
This has Ron Popeil all over it.
Is it cheaper second-hand?
This is the sort of thing that would likely make its way into “adult book” stores around the country.
Silly is all I can say. Real silly.
I still prefer the three shells method.
Great for hemorrhoids..If it only came with Dremel attachments!