No one likes to clean the toilets. There are 3 million bacteria per square inch on the toilet bowl, making toilet cleaning the dirtiest job at home. However, 21st-century technologies offer some alternatives. There are many types of self-cleaning toilet on the market right now. Today we’ll review 3 self-cleaning toilets from American Standard, Kohler and Toto.
The first one is from American Standard and also the cheapest one among these 3 self-cleaning toilets. For $695, ActiClean toilet allows you to clean the toilet by pressing a button. It has 2 modes of cleaning. 1-minute quick clean and 10-minutes deep clean. Besides the self-cleaning feature, ActiClean is just like any other traditional toilets.
The next one is from Kholer. Kholer Veil looks more modern compared to the American Standard counterpart. Veil is tankless and uses UV light and electrolyzed water to clean. It can also deodorize and has fancy LED lights that can help you navigate the bathroom in the future. What’s the price? $5,300.
If you think Kholer may break your bank account, have a look at Toto Neorest. Neorest has pretty much the same features as Kholer Veil. However, since it’s more futuristic looking, it costs you $13,000.
So is there a way to get rid of toilet cleaning without going in debt and changing your toilet? Meet Shine: automated toilet cleaning and maintenance at less than $100!
Shine cleans and deodorizes automatically using electrolyzed water after every flush. Besides the LED light, Shine can track your water usage and help you fix your toilet if there are any issues.
“We’re trying to develop a consumer electronic device that can be at an affordable price point. So every single home in the world can afford this technology and enjoy the benefits of automated cleaning ” – Chris, the CEO of Shine.
Shine is now available for preorder. Secure your Shine here.