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Should You Really Be Flushing Wipes Down the Toilet?

Gregory

There are some things most of us not to flush down the toilet, like a baseball or a sneaker, for example. But, should 'flushable' wipes be allowed down the drain? Aren't they made to be flushed? It turns out that nothing except for toilet paper should be flushed. And here's why.   There…

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The Hardest Part of Climbing Mt. Everest Just Got Easier…Thanks to a Toilet

Gregory

The peak of Mt. Everest is 8,848 meters to the top. That's quite a climb, even for the most experienced mountaineer. The trek takes months, with  climbers facing extreme weather conditions, icy terrain, insanely cold temperatures, and a myriad of other obstacles. But, thanks to a brand new to…

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Toilet Paper Wedding Dresses are All the Rage

Gregory

                      Time and time again, toilet paper has proven it is one of the most versatile, multi-use products ever. Who would have thought, but toilet paper wedding dresses are a thing. And they co…

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Toilet Seat Can Detect Congestive Heart Failure

Gregory

Just when you thought your toilet could do it all—have a built in seat warmer, play music, set mood lighting, and more—it just got more advanced. Now, specialized toilet seats will be able to help patients with congestive heart failure.   A team of researchers from Rochester Institute…

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Too Much Toilet Paper Causes Massive Backups…Just Not Where You’d Think

Gregory

We all know that a bad toilet backup is one of the worst things that can happen to us and one of the most common culprits of that is toilet paper. Well, a toilet isn’t the only thing toilet paper can back up.   On multiple occasions, toilet paper has been known to back up highways and c…

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Meet the World’s Loneliest Toilet

Gregory

In the marshland of Sonoma County, California, one toilet stands out from the rest...because it’s the only thing there.   From the bridge of Highway 37, you can see the lone toilet standing proudly among the reeds and marsh. Surrounded by bogs and nothing else, the only way to approach …

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New Voice-Activated Smart Toilet Can Play Music and Set Mood Lighting

Gregory

If you thought you had all of the latest smart technology, then get ready for this: Kohler has released more products in their smart bathroom line. That’s right; it's time for your bathroom to get a technological upgrade.   Recently, Kohler unveiled their Numi 2.0 Intelligent Toile…

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Toilet Cleaning Robot Will Make Your Life Easier

Gregory

We now live in a world where robots have an increasing presence in our society; they can vacuum for us, mow the lawn, mop the kitchen floor, there are even ones that self-clean the litter box and dry-clean our clothes at home! But the newest creation is one that should have been invented a long time…

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Studies Show that Your Phone is Dirtier than Your Toilet

Gregory

By a show of hands, how many of us use our phones on the toilet? Now one more time, let’s be honest…haven’t we all done it at one point or another? Well, maybe you’ve heard this before, but your cell phone is actually significantly dirtier than your toilet is; seven times dirtier, to be …

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The CORRECT Way to Put Toilet Paper on a Roll; the Debate is Finally Solved!

Gregory

At one point or another, we’ve all had this discussion: how are we supposed to put toilet paper on a roll? Which way is it supposed to hang, over or under? Well look no further, because we have your answer!     There is actually a technical, documented, correct way that one …

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International Space Station’s New Discovery is All Thanks to a Toilet

Gregory

  Toilets are more than just an essential home item or a giant bowl for our dogs to drink out of. According to the International Space Station, their toilets do more than just remove waste. In this case, a simple toilet can be credited for the discovery of new drug-resistant bacteria. …

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World’s Largest Handmade Toilet Seat Museum Sold to Dallas Eatery

Gregory

For members of the plumbing world, there typically aren’t many attractions or art showcases tailored to their profession. At least not since Marcel Duchamp’s urinal sculpture “Fountain” became an icon in 1917. Perhaps that’s where Barney Smith’s muse came from for his own one-of-a-kind h…

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