Your Content Goes HereHow Does a Self Cleaning Toilet Work?
Self cleaning toilets work by releasing cleaning chemicals after every flush. These chemicals break down anything that can stick to the surface of the bowl and make sure that it is flushed away. The cleaners can also help remove stains that may have already formed. Over time, it can prevent and clean up potential stains so that your toilet bowl stays cleaner longer.
Which Toilet Stays Cleanest?
Every toilet delivers a different level of performance that is impacted by several factors. One of those factors is the quality of the water being used. If you live in a place with hard water, you could see a different level of performance than a place with softer water. Mineral build-up can be a big problem in hard water places and may require a different set of cleaning agents.
Pros and Cons of Self Cleaning Toilets
Self cleaning toilets are great at minimizing the amount of time that you actually have to spend cleaning your toilet. However, some time cleaning up tougher stains is needed. Self cleaning toilets cannot prevent all stains on their own. Another potential con to self cleaning toilets is that they need cleaning materials to constantly clean, meaning you will have to reload the cleaning dispenser at times.