Toilet Facts – 90 Surprising Facts About Toilets

Toilet Paper Facts

There is a museum and theme park dedicated to toilet in South Korea.

70-75% or 4 billion of the world’s population don’t use toilet paper.

30,000 trees are used every day to make toilet paper for the world supply.

United States was the first country to pioneer the sales of toilet paper.

Toilet papers were first sold to public in 1857 as flat sheets.

Ancient Romans used sponges on stick as toilet paper.

An average person uses 57 sheets of toilet paper per day and 36.5 billion rolls per year in the U.S.

It takes 384 trees to make the toilet paper used by one man within his lifetime.

83,048,116 toilet rolls are produced per day.

Toilet paper was first patented in Albany, a small county in Europe.