New High-Tech Toilet Seats Do The Washing And The Drying
The United States is about to celebrate a new era of freshness thanks to revolutionary new toilet seats that promise to bring us into the modern era of personal cleanliness. Many countries that have more advanced toilet systems look at our toilets and preferred clean-up method as primitive. Going to the bathroom and wiping isn't exactly the best way to remain fresh. Why?
For one thing, no water at all is involved. For a second, more horrifying thing, we are forced to put our hands near unspeakably unsanitary regions, knowing full well that we're basically removing the bulk of the problem while leaving the bacteria and remnants of it behind. Hand sanitizers clean the hands but still do nothing to bring a sanitary clean to the source of the problem.
"Paper just distributes the problem," said Lenora Campos, a spokeswoman for Georgia-based Toto USA. Toto, the Japanese company that pioneered the modern electronic toilet seat, has sold 34 million of them globally. "We wash most things with water and wouldn't dream of wiping a dish or anything else with a piece of paper and calling it clean. So why should personal hygiene be any different?"
[caption id="attachment_80917" align="aligncenter" width="635"] A rendering of an Ultra High Efficiency Dual Flush Cyclone Flush Engine of a high tech toilet, Neorest 750H. [/caption]
High-tech toilets promise to come to the rescue. They are capable of spraying in front and behind, powerfully removing the bacteria and all portions of our waste behind, while at the same time drying us as well. If Americans fear they'll lose a couple of minutes in the drying process, there's nothing to fear. This is a powerful, comfortable dry that will get the job done without taking up valuable minutes. It's freshness and convenience at its finest.
Optional features include nightlights, music, and deodorants to make one of the most common human functions a more pleasant, clean experience. One day we might look back at the old go to the bathroom and wipe with grainy toilet paper experience as something akin to cavemen going in the woods and wiping off with leaves.
[caption id="attachment_80916" align="aligncenter" width="635"] This photo shows TOTO Washlet high tech toilets in the TOTO showroom in the Soho neighborhood of New York. [/caption]
Who needs paper? New high-tech toilet seats do the washing and drying