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Do Native Americans hose themselves off after using the restroom if they

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First, plunge as much water out of the bowl as possible. Pour one (1) gallon of apple cider vinegar in the stopped up toilets; let set over night. Flush the next day. It works for me. Using toilet paper made for septic tank use would also be helpful.