Let’s face it, when it comes to public toilets, some places do it better than others, but at the end of the day, no one likes stepping into a wet toilet where they are pieces of tissue paper on the floor and suspicious drops of water (we hope) on the toilet seat. This is why the folks at Bluelarix Designworks have come up with a concept dubbed the CSM Automatic Toilet, which is basically a system that can be attached/mounted onto any toilet, thus reducing the costs of renovating the entire toilet which hopefully will make it less costly to adopt. Basically what it does is that instead of the user laying pieces of tissue paper on the toilet seat, the CSM Automatic Toilet will do that for you.
We assume that there is some kind of detection system so that users of the toilet will know that the toilet seat cover the CSM Automatic Toilet just laid down is clean. After using the toilet, the seat cover will then be flushed along with the contents of toilet bowl. Sounds pretty innovative and would save people the hassle of laying down their own tissue or bringing their own disposable seat covers, but what do you think? Would you love to see future toilets adopt something like the CSM Automatic Toilet?
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