The Potty Post
This post is for my fellow clean freaks. You know that the bathroom is one of the germiest places in your home, no matter how often you clean. One of those offenders is the toilet flush handle. Gross.
Sure, you can scrub your hands with warm soapy water after flushing, but why not eliminate your point of contact with some of those bathroom germs altogether?
Enter the Touchless Toilet.
Touchless toilets have been around since 2012, and are slowly becoming more popular, especially with the rise of smart home technology. (Although smart toilets themselves are significantly more than touchless toilets. You can budget twice the price or more for those beauties.)
Stop by our office for a demonstration, and soon you'll experience the joy of flushing a toilet like a Jedi too!
You literally just wave your hand in front of it, and it flushes.
Not only do touchless toilets help with germs, they are also typically better at water conservation than a regular toilet.
Also, make sure you put the toilet seat lid down before flushing, otherwise you’re just sending those germs right back into the air (and up to six feet away from the toilet bowl) rather than down the hole, which kind of defeats the purpose.