WaterAid and World Toilet Day!


If there is one place in the world that every human being visits on a daily basis without fail a couple of times a day it’s the – TOILET.  The humble toilet was invented by Thomas Crapper and the 19th of November every year is celebrated as World Toilet Day. Some of the more popular names for a toilet are bathroom, washroom and lavatory.  Toilets range from being made of gold to make shift ones in the ground.

Today with all of man’s 21st century technology, sanitation still remains one of main health issues in the developing world.  We take the hygienic disposal of human faeces for granted but this basic facility is an urgent need in many regions across the world.   It is also the major cause for disease and premature death in children.

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7 Ways to Make Your Bathroom Bigger


More than just a place to refresh, bathrooms are considered as most relaxing and soothing place in contemporary luxury homes.  Everyone wants to enthral their bathroom with unique and essential bathroom fixtures, but lack ample space. While bathrooms come in varying styled and sizes, more often than less they happen to be smaller in size than expected, making them more claustrophobic than cozy. The fact that you have a limited bathroom space to work doesn’t mean that you have to restrict your luxury, and room for personalisation. To enhance the space of your small bathroom, you should plan carefully and work accordingly with every inch of available space. The process involves identifying potential bathroom furniture that is taking up more space than necessary and resizing them so that the function is intact, but the space is abridged. Take a tour to the few points mentioned below to make your bathroom appear larger:

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7 Of the Best Bathroom Products to Invest In

In your bathroom, there will be some products that are going to be important to have on hand. Beyond the toilet paper, scrub brushes and towels, these products are going to ensure that you have a clean bathroom and some peace of mind.


Clorox Bleach
Bleach is a critical item on hand. Not only will it prove to be an effective whitener when used on grout and other surfaces, but it can also help to kill germs. Make sure you have a gallon of this for your bathroom and if you don’t like the smell of traditional bleach, choose one of the scented varieties.

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Charlize Theron’s Famous Video


Not too long ago, television writers and movie directors could shock audiences simply by having a character flush a toilet on screen. Society seems to have an ingrained denial about people and toilets, at least to a certain degree. Toilets and their usage can quickly become shocking secrets behind closed doors, especially if they involve someone appropriately famous.

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Brit Men – Keeping the Toilet Seat Open and Other Bad Bathroom Etiquette


Couples have been arguing for decades over the toilet seat and other bathroom etiquette. Women want the toilet seat down and men often see no problem with leaving it up. Another bathroom behavior that couples often fight about is failing to replace toilet paper. It may be surprising to find out that so many quarrels occur in homes over bathroom behavior. However, a recent study done in the UK has brought to light some of the bad behavior Brit men engage in.

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Expected Cost To Refurbish Two Toilets At The Palace Of Westminster Is £100,000


According to the House of Commons, two toilets at the Palace of Westminster which are used by VIP guests and peers will cost as much as £100,000. In fact, the job description tendered on the government-online.net website describes the lavatories in the House of Lords are in unacceptable condition for being in such a high profile area, and offer a poor image of the Palace. Yesterday we posted about Kohler Numi Toilet, which costs $6400. We, think it might be this type of toilet or even more advanced than this toilet.

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Are You Crazy? A Bidet Would Cost $6400


A Surprisingly Expensive Bidet and Toilet Combination

Upon achieving a certain degree of wealth, it seems many people want to upgrade absolutely all of their possessions. The desire for the finer things in life can extend everywhere throughout the household, from the open expanses of the kitchen to the bright confines of the bathroom. While people may joke about acquiring solid gold toilets as a bold statement about the importance of their every action, others will upgrade their lifestyles using a toilet that is equipped with nearly everything a person could possibly want in such a device.

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How to Find Public Bathrooms with Public Toilet Finder App

Toilet Finder App

Last week bathroomsnews.com posted about The Great British Toilet Map, this week we have came up with Public Toilet Finder App. There’s nothing worse than having to go to the bathroom and having no bathroom in sight. It’s a particular uncomfortable sensation that just about everyone is familiar with due to some circumstance throughout their lives. This feeling just grows and grows and it can become unbearable at a certain point. It distracts from everything you do. Whenever anyone is talking to you about anything, it’s as if a secondary voice is reminding you- “yes right, this is all very well and good but-BATHROOM NOW.”

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The Great British Toilet Map


The “Great British Toilet Map” is a way for Brits and others to find local toilets using a free site online. One of the approaches it uses to do this is through an “open data” approach that is supported by local area councils.

The open data approach means that there’s no restrictions on the use of the data. You don’t have to pay anyone to use it, and you can freely download it. This means that, for example, it can be incorporated into other websites and smart-phone apps to make finding toilets easy. This is one of the possible future uses for the map.

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Clocking Bathroom Time at T-Mobile


In the hurly-burly of professional life, it is often said that we somehow manage to schedule every single second of our days and still manage not to have enough time for anything. Interestingly enough, some companies seem to want to do that almost literally, and impose such standards on their employees in turn. Their employees’ extenuating circumstances apparently may or may not be taken into account with regards to the apparent necessity of docking them for every second not spent trying to get to the bottom line.

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