How easy is it to lose touch? As demand for touchless products increases, could bathrooms be entirely touchfree and perhaps, more importantly since coronavirus could we see more TouchFree Public Toilets, office buildings and common public areas. This week we’ll take a brief look at everything from the more familiar touchfree moments, such as ‘automatic … Continue reading ‘Finishing Touches.’ The touch-free future of our Public Toilets & Restrooms.
Happy #RandomActsOfKindnessDay | Welcome back and thanks for following our posts. It’s been a busy few weeks working on the third children’s book on our toilets and poo series for kids, as well as progressing with the patents we have to help people go to the loo more easily. As and when we are able … Continue reading ‘The Daily Poo!’ Kids books, patents pending & the latest news on poos & no. 2s.
With pretty huge price tags, these latest techy toilets may have all the bells and whistles you could imagine, but what about adding features that actually aid your personal health, posture and hygiene. Back to the drawing board? Manufacturers should be aware that it’s not always just about ‘the bottom line’ it’s about our bottoms… … Continue reading iMore look at wacky CES 2020 products let you have a super futuristic bathroom. But, what about ideas that care for the health & wellbeing of the user?
Helping sanitary ware manufacturers to improve their bottom line or millions of people to save their bottoms? If, as seems evident and is well documented, a change in posture can, and does, make a difference when you use the loo, then it’s time to ditch the idea of a plastic footrest which simply cannot go … Continue reading Posture in the bathroom. The Guardian and the question of sit or squat.
Loo talk is generally taboo, but it may be about time to change all that, or at least make it an acceptable topic of conversation. Truth is, sanitary ware manufacturers, yes the people that make all the stuff you find in your bathroom, including the loo, are focussing more on ‘the bottom line’ than they are about your bottom. Continue reading It’s not just about the bottom line, it’s also about your bottom. Are you sitting comfortably?