It’s dirty: you’re scrubbing human waste build up over time. And the smell? Eww… If you have multiple toilets, you may have to deal with a dripping toilet brush. That is toilet water all over your floor!
It’s dull: there is little room for creativity when it comes to toilet cleaning. Pour chemical, wait, scrub and repeat.
It’s dangerous: there are lots of viruses and bacteria living in your toilet bowl including the coronavirus.
It’s time-consuming: since there is so much going down the drain, to keep your toilet clean, you need to scrub every week. If you have 2 toilets, you waste a least a day of your life scrubbing every year!
It’s hard: One of the dirtiest parts of the toilet is under the rim. It’s hard to clean with a regular brush. Scrubbing also causes back pain. Besides that, hard water stains always build up over time. The toilet ring will be with you forever.
It’s bad for the environment: every year, we dump millions of gallons of chemicals down the drain. Although there are water treatment facilities, not all that pollution is removed. You can switch to non-chemical cleaner but they are just not as effective as bleach.
It’s expensive: you need a bottle of bleach cleaner per week to keep your toilet clean. Each one costs around $4 so it’s costing you more than $200 every year to clean 1 toilet!
Now let’s look at how people are cleaning their toilets
That’s what Brenetta uses to clean her toilet. So many different types of chemicals. How does she keep track of them?
Nicole uses Seventh Generation to clean her toilet. The cleaning solution is not safe for septic systems and costs about 50% more than bleach cleaners.
The bathroom hasn’t changed in 100 years so we have been doing this dreaded chore for a century. It’s time for us to get rid of this dirty job and leave it to the robots.