2 Qt Pyrex Glass Enema Kit - Side Handle
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Purelife Lightweight, Thick Pyrex Glass Enema Bucket Kit - Patent Protected - 2 Qt with Handle - Holds 8 Cups . Made in USA
We are happy to offer our Pyrex Glass Enema Bucket. It is for those who prefer the purest of materials when administering enemas, as well as be enabled to see the solution level. The bucket is 100% glass. No toxic plastic parts. The spigot is 100% glass as well!
This design has a sturdy side handle for carrying. There is no need to hang this bucket as you can simply set it on your toilet seat or table when doing the enema. But if you wish to hang it, we suggest using a macrame plant hanger! Works great.
This 8 Cup Size is perfect for holding up to 2 enemas.
100% Non-Toxic Pyrex Borosilicate Glass - 100% Lead Free - Made in Europe & USA
Thick Glass, yet lightweight
Fits well in a macrame plant hanger for hanging
2 Qt Capacity - Holds 8 Cups of Solution
Easy to Read Measuring Lines
5 Foot Medical Silicone Enema Hose & Medical Clinch Clamp
3" Medical Silicone Enema Nozzle
A Top of the Line E-Bucket!
Posted by Bill on 1st May 2019
I have been using a stainless steel E-bucket for years and it has a few dings in it from sliding off my polished marble vanity top, or from being accidentally dropped during cleaning. This was my biggest fear about investing in a 2-Qt glass bucket.
The first thing I did to protect my new glass investment was to attach four 1-inch diameter self-sticking, 1/8-inch thick, round clear flat pads to the bottom of the bucket. I don't recall if they were Vinyl, or made of silicone rubber. It is very important to place a pad directly inline with the spout, to prevent tipping, after you attach the tubing. I then placed the other three pads at 90 degree angles to the first one, so they were all symmetrical. As long as they don't get wet they practically stick to the marble surface like glue. The bucket is not going to slide off and break without a lot of misguided effort.
My next precaution was to purchase a gray, six-pack sized, padded, water proof, lunch case. It has insulation on all six sides to keep beverages cold for up to 24 hours. It also has a zipper that can be locked. The bucket fit perfectly into this case laying on its side. I store the silicone tubing inside the bucket. This case even has Velcro side pockets to hold additional accessories. The four foot colon tube that came with my bucket fit in a pocket just fine.
I store the glass E-bucket in this gray padded zipper case under our vanity when not in use. I am hoping this will prolong the life of this fine bucket. If you have held off buying a glass bucket due to breakage fears, these suggestions may be a solution to your concerns.
One minor issue was that my thicker walled silicone tubing would not fit the spout on the glass bucket. The spout was too large in diameter. I then remembered that I had some new tubing that had a thinner wall and a larger ID. This silicone tubing fit perfectly. I cut a piece a foot long and attached it to the glass bucket. Next I attached a flow meter to the open end of the thin tube and then 4 more feet of thin-wall silicone tubing to the flow meter. To the end of that section I attached a yellow flip valve, after that I have another 2-feet of thin tubing attached to a standard 3 inch enema nozzle. I use this nozzle as a colon tube adapter. I own one each 28, 32 and 34 French red rubber, 22-inch long, closed-end colon tubes. To my thinking this is the perfect setup for taking coffee enemas. After trying the three different sized tubes the 32 Fr is the best. Just the right combination of stiffness and flexibility. The tubes I bought are made of India red rubber and are extremely smooth and comfortable to use.
I prefer a 2-Qt bucket to a 1-Qt, for the simple reason that you do not have to get up in the middle of a session to refill the larger bucket. The glass bucket is nice because it has precise markings so you can know how much fluid you are using. This makes it easier to add the correct amounts of coffee, electrolytes, or other medications to the solution. You can easily see how much fluid is left in the bucket, unlike a stainless steel one. It can also be sterilized in the dishwasher after use. Glass does not leach any metals into your solution and does not corrode. There is no metal spout held on by a nut and a rubber washer to work loose and leak with use. The large spout on this bucket allows for a less restricted flow if desired. I ordered my bucket with a handle for added convenience.
Would be nice if PureLife could offer a harness for hanging this bucket from a hook, or towel rod. This way I would not have to worry about it sliding off a vanity top and crashing to the floor.
After looking at various glass buckets on the market and the fact I already had plenty of silicone tubing, clamps and valves, decided on this simple bucket and colon tube combination to save money. highly recommended for coffee enthusiasts, or to help maintain good hygiene.