BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
Field of the Invention
 The present invention is related to an apparatus for cleaning human waste by flushing water to the anus after rest room visits and method of using the same.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
 Although it is cleaner to get rid of human waste with water after rest room visits in general, the practice of cleaning the anus with water has been culturally and religiously been mandatory in some parts of the world. Containers are conventionally used to transport water and the hand directly involves in the cleaning process. Even in more practical scenarios where water hoses are used to provide water, it had been customary to use only cold water and the fact that the hose is open handed makes the user to handle the hose by one hand and use the other hand to remove waste from the anus.
 Clearly, the need to find a better way of cleaning human waste has become an issue in some parts of the world. Parallel to the need, doing it without physical contact with waste and providing water with balanced temperature may even be more appealing than the usual practice aside from the fact that the method provides a cleaner alternative to using toilet papers to anyone interested.
 In light of my observation above, I thought about the apparatus and the method of using it since January 1994.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
 FIG. 1 is a prior art illustrating a cleaning system with the capacity of providing only cold water.
 FIG. 2 illustrates a portion of the invention with the capacity of providing cold and hot water and using a flusher that operates by pressing a manual switch to release the water inside an extended hose.
 FIGS. 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A illustrate an embodiment of water distribution pipes configured to receive water through an inlet and distribute water to different predetermined destinations through the two water outlets. As can be seen from the figures, the pipes are configured in different ways to accommodate ease of installation based on the directional approach of water lines to the pipe and the location of the succeeding phase in the overall infrastructure such as the hoses in the system of FIG. 2. Water flow into each pipe is controlled by the associated manual switch in each pipe.
 Not shown in the figures is the fact that the switches of the pipes could be positioned per perpendicular to the outlets and the inlet on the opposite side of the switch also perpendicular to the outlets in four of the pipes of 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A.
 FIG. 4 shows one pipe having switch (100) for controlling cold water flow into the pipe from a water source or main bathroom water line through inlet (4) and releasing the water outwardly through outlet (3) into the cold water line (2) of a bathroom tank (108). The second outlet (1) of the pipe is then connected to the cold-water hose of FIG. 2 as an alternative application.
 FIG. 3 shows one pipe having a switch (7) for controlling water flow into the pipe from a water source or main water line through inlet (1) and letting the water flow outwardly through outlet (3) into the cold water line (66) of a bathroom sink (12). Outlet (2) is then connected to the coldwater hose in figure (2). Further, a similar second pipe having a switch (7'') is assembled to inlet hot water from hot water source through inlet (5) and supply hot water to the hot water line (14) of the sink (12) through the hot water outlet (9).
 One of the unhealthiest practices in human experience is the process of cleaning the body after restroom use. Hand contact with the waste has remained to be an unavoidable process that could raise health issues because of contamination. The health issues are exasperated mainly because societies that use the method also utilize their hands for eating. Although excessive washing could alleviate the problem, complete success has so far been questionable.
 Referring to the prior art, FIG. 1 is a perspective drawing of a system that may be used for cleaning purposes. Cold water is supplied from water source through the cold water pipe and the water released or closed in by a first mechanical switch, which lets water flow through the extended hose (A) that may consist of a retainer clip (B). The user then uses the hose in one hand and cleans the waste off the anus by the other hand through direct contact with the waste.
 The present invention provides a solution to the problem. It provides an alternate means of cleaning waste matter from human anus without physical contact with the waste.
 In a portion of the first embodiment of the invention, the problem of contact with waste material is solved by using a flusher at the end of the hose and directing the incoming cold water directly to the anus and cleaning the same with water pressure without direct contact with the waster. As can be seen in FIG. 2, a spray head (E) is mounted on the retainer clip (B) through a washer (D). Therefore, water can be released from the incoming hose (A) by pressing the second mechanical switch attached to the spray head (C).
 The temperature of the incoming water is regulated by a mechanical switch, which the hose (A) is connected to. The system is capable of supplying a mixture of cold and hot water raising the comfort level of the operation.
 This embodiment, however, was further improved by providing it with water distribution pipes in the preceding stage of the process. The inclusion of pipes in the overall system upgrades the system qualitatively as described below.
 In general, the assembly in the invention is configured to accept incoming cold water from the bathroom main cold and hot water lines into switch controlled cold and hot water pipes through the inlets and out-deliver water through the outlets. One of the pipe outlets then supplies cold water to a cold water hose in the structure of FIG. 2 and a second pipe receives hot water from main hot water line through the inlet and releases the water through the two associated outlets controlled by the switch provided to the pipe. As such, the structure in FIG. 2 receives cold and hot water respectively through the cold water and hot water hoses and a temperature balanced water exits through the mixed water outlet to the spray head via the retainer clip. The spray head then released the water by operation of the associated switch and water is sprayed to the anus thereby cleaning the waste from the anus.
 While the cold water and hot water hoses are supplied with cold and hot water from the pipes as such, the other cold water outlet of the cold water supplying pipe is connected to a bathroom sink cold water line and the second hot water outlet of the hot water supplying pipe is connected to a bathroom sink hot water line, thereby integrating the sink in a bathroom with the claimed assembly. Therefore, the pipes in FIG. 3 become cold and hot water supply elements to the structure in FIG. 2 and the bathroom sink, effectively becoming the connecting medium between the structure in FIG. 2 and the sink and the main water supply lines in residential or commercial houses.
 To the alternative, the second outlet of the cold water pipe can be connected to bathroom sit water container water line rather than to the sink in a given bathroom order depending on choice of application.
 Clearly, the invention is not limited to a similar pipe assembly to supply cold and hot water to the hoses in FIG. 2 in a given application. In fact a combination of different pipes shown in FIG. 3 can also be assembled for the same purpose.
 In addition, two similar pipes or different pipes can be assembled in the same direction or opposite direction together into an integrated system such that one supplies cold water and the other supplies hot water as described above. The separation between the two pipes in given assembly being variable between few inches to 3 feet depending on application, the method provides a better installation simplicity than in a situation where single pipes are assembled differently to deliver the service.