I've noticed that a lot of them have a bad angle. So when you drop a load, it doesn't all go in the water. This causes staining, for lack of a better word.
Problem number two are toilets that don't distribute water all over the bowl when flushing. Coupled with the first problem I mentioned and you have a big problem. I don't want to scrub the toilet every day.
That's the situation where I'm at with this toilet in my current flat. It's making a mess on the dry porcelain and then the water isn't reaching it when you flush.
Both of these issues seem pretty easy to solve. Just design a toilet with the water at the right angle and right water level. And when you flush, make it so the water comes out all around the toilet. This seems easy as hell. But so many toilets I see just give a little water at the back, a lot at the front, and nothing on the sides. So stuff gets missed.
It's probably a money-saving issue. Two openings for water to go through as opposed to, say, four.
That nice flat that I lived in had a great toilet, though. No complaints. No complaints about anything with that place.
I really should find a good flat again. It's just such a pain looking for places. I could probably go back to that development but I looked at prices and it's way more now than what I was paying. For the amount they're charging, I'd expect something much more luxurious.
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