The toilet bowl plays a very important part in the removal of waste and the refill of water. The toilet bowl is directly below the toilet seat and is where waste enters are it is excreted from us. The waste sits in the bowl until the handle is flushed, and waste is emptied out of the toilet. The bowl then works with the refill tube and overflow tube to add clean water back into the bowl, allowing for the next waste disposal and flush cycle.
The toilet bowl is one of the most versatile toilet parts, coming in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, all depending on how outdated or modern the toilet style is. Due to the constant influx of water and sitting of water, toilet bowls must be cleaned frequently to avoid the build-up of mold, bacteria, or dirt rings.