Below is a quick and easy remedy for those room that needed constant airing. Instead of spraying the rooms with expensive air-fresheners, why not enliven the bathroom and downstairs loo using a more natural solution.
In a house where there are small children, the bathroom soon takes on the appearance of the Old Curiosity Shop.
– Robert Benchley
High Pressure Toilet Spray
This photo was taken by me of Peter holding a high-powered toilet spray in our hotel room, at Ramada Hotel in Binondo, Manila, Philippines last December 2012.
Peter was so impressed with its ingenuity. He thought we should have one back home in England. The spray could be so useful as a substitute for a bidet. And most importantly it is useful to use cleaning up the toilet bowl.
I wonder if we can get the appliance here in the UK?!!! Would really love to know. Otherwise any enterprising Filipinos should export this to other countries around the world. I’ll take two!
Victorian toilet with chamber pot (Sherlock Holmes Museum) Photo by Jean
Did you know?
The average person spends 3 years of his/her life using the toilet. This average person go to the loo about 2,500 in a year which makes it a visit of about 6 to 8 times per day.
Source: The Bathroom Companion by James Buckley Jr.
Did you also know that 40 per cent of the world’s people have no toilets? This is not solely a problem of countries from the Third World. Apparently over a million and a half in the USA alone have inadequate or safe disposal of waste.
Did you know? When Queen Victoria inherited Buckingham Palace, there were no toilets.