Toilet Facts – 90 Surprising Facts About Toilets

Fun Toilet Facts

Washing hand for 15-20 seconds is recommended to kill the harmful germs. However only 5% follow it.

$23.4 million is spent by NASA to design a suction toilet to use it in International Space Station (ISS).

The first company to manufacture toilet paper on a roll was Scot Paper Company in 1890.

Nearly 4 million people suffer from constipation in the U.S.

Sitting on the toilet for long hours can lead to hemorrhoids.

The first underground sewer in the city of Rome was laid by Etruscans around 500 BC.

The first ever toilet air fresheners were made by using pomegranates stuffed with cloves.

The oldest toilet is still functioning about 4000 years after it was built, in Knossos in Greece in a castle.

Women have cleaner sanitary habits than men.

The Sulabh International Museum of Toilets, New Delhi, India has a vast collection of rare facts, objects, and pictures regarding the evolution of toilets over the past 4,500 years.

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