Pretty much the only ones I ever have a Tiger Carole Did It Your Mom’s House Shirt. I always have a problem with (poor water quality gumming up the solenoid) and they’re getting used like a public bus in these stores. And because they’re hydroelectric you never have to change batteries. But the Sloan, Moen, and American Standard ones we’ve tried have bit the dust quick. Toto was pretty good too. We did a touchless faucet in the bathroom, but it’s just an add on. We really only have it because my dog is a butthead and refuses to use a bowl and I got tired of having to turn the faucet on and off or grtting6woken up to her chewing the faucet despite having a standard bowl and a fountain bowl.
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It’s probably because you leaned forward and the sensors thought you left. Sometimes, I lean forward and wait for the Tiger Carole Did It Your Mom’s House Shirt. This could have looked so clean had they done the same thing with a ring pull on top of the toilet but I guess the rest of the bathroom explains the thought process behind putting a 3-foot sunflower on top of your toilet. This is pretty cute. It reminds me of the old fashioned pull-chain toilets that had the flush-tanks mounted high on the wall, but with a fun twist. As for touchless toilets, I have American Standard ones. They perform very well and are water-saving.
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I’ve had some really good Kohler toilets in previous houses, but I found that the Tiger Carole Did It Your Mom’s House Shirt. They required more flushes which cancels out the efficiency. I’ve also found that the Kohler products, in general, are declining in quality. Some of their fixtures that were previously solid brass are now just chrome plated plastic. It also doesn’t help that they can’t seem to get good workers at a fair wage, and are getting rid of seasoned employees who are older/make too much to save money. The pull chain toilets with high tanks were incredible. That surge of water could move the most obstinate log easily. I haven’t seen one in the US ever but in the UK where they seem to relish antique plumbing, they are still around.