Now many families in China have installed toilets, most of them use traditional ceramic toilet covers, but smart toilet covers have not become the mainstream, even many people do not know. On the one hand, we are used to wiping with paper after going to the toilet for a long time, so we have a low acceptance of the method of washing with water, and we have no detailed understanding of the way of water washing.
On the other hand, the smart toilet cover needs to be electrified to use, and the bathroom environment is relatively humid, so the electricity safety problem is also one aspect that we will worry about. In addition, because the outlet of the water outlet is exposed to the outside for a long time, people will think that it is easy to breed bacteria and is not clean, which will affect health.
Now in order to make the outflow water more clean and hygienic, some also use multiple filtration design to soften the water quality and reduce scale. The temperature of the water coming out can be adjusted at different levels. Before and after each use, the nozzle will automatically clean, and some panels have “clean” mode to choose from. Large brands with quality assurance will also have special design on electricity safety, such as the application of “electricity wall” to eliminate consumers’ concerns.
Moreover, for people with dry stool, long-term constipation or hemorrhoids, or women with gynecological inflammation, pregnant women and the elderly with poor mobility, the use of intelligent toilet covers can bring more benefits. Washing with water can avoid the paper towel directly rubbing the butt, which can make people in some special periods also ensure that the butt is clean and comfortable.
Although the intelligent toilet cover in recent years began to enter the vision of Chinese people, but its birth is not smooth sailing.
The past and present of intelligent toilet lid
As early as the 18th century in Europe, a French furniture manufacturer invented the toilet with flushing function. However, the British and American countries had a prejudice against French hedonism, so they also hated the intelligent toilet lid. In 1964, an American developed the world’s first intelligent toilet lid for his sick father, which integrates washing and drying by pedal control. However, Americans have long been biased against such products because of the decadent living habits of the French, so they have not achieved success.
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