The justification for toilet rolls is to make toilet paper much easier to store and access. It is far more efficient than stacking many sheets of toilet paper on each other.
If the toilet works each time on one flush, they use roughly half the water of a standard toilet. You would then use half as much a month on the toilet. They do not always flush completely on the first flush and the toilet is only a part of the water bill.
It really depends on how much your use the toilet, so there could be many answers
a lot, i would recommend you to use a toilet tissue or something else other than that
1.6 - 3.5 gpf
not much because you'll need to go to the toilet.
area of toilet: 5'* 5'
Depends on whether you already purchased it and whether other parts are needed. If you have the toilet, a Kant leak, a wax seal,FLEXIBLE toilet supply, and the (nuts,bolts and washers) for screwing the toilet to the floor flange, plumber should not charge more than one hour of his rate to install it. Make sure the plumber does NOT silicone around the toilet. If there is a leak from the wax seal under the toilet and it is siliconed, the water stays under the toilet and rots the floor, if you are on a wood floor.
The answer depends on the number and size of tissues, how many ply each tissue is and the thickness of the cardboard used for the box.
Don't you think you should at least say if the toilet is 3.5 GPF or 1.6 GPF=Figure no less then 2,100 gallons=Don't you think you should at least say if the toilet is 3.5 GPF or 1.6 GPF=Figure no less then 2,100 gallons=
Sometimes, blood on the toilet paper only means that you've wiped too hard or too much, but sometimes, it can mean something more serious. If there's blood again the next time you go for a No 2, then you should contact your doctor.
A little because you may end up in the toilet
As much as possible
You should really avoid doing this. Toilet paper is not very clean. Bear in mind that it is touched by people who are using a germ-covered toilet. Aside from that, if a toilet is flushed without the lid being closed, microscopic particles of urine and faeces spray up in the air and may have landed on the tissue (and anything else in the bathroom, such as hairbrushes and toothbrushes). By putting germ-covered tissue in your ear, you will make the infection much worse. Even a clean, untouched roll of tissue can contain germs from factory production. Also bear in mind that tissue will prevent air getting to your ear, which, again, will worsen the infection. If you are going to put anything in your ear, you should use clean cotton wool. Preferably medical-grade cotton wool, available from any supermarket or pharmacist. Wool prevents germs getting into your ear and also allows your ear to breathe. You should see a doctor or pharmacist for anti-biotic treatment, most likely in the form of ear drops.
if a cat drinks too much toilet water it can start vomiting
If the toilet does not have to be taken up then its cheap normally $175 if the toilet has to be removed then $400 +
Too much toilet paper will definitely cause problems.
not eating healthy and possibly not getting out as much as you should be (:
That really depends on your age and gender, as well as how much of that weight is muscle tissue, which actually weighs more than fat tissue, but is obviously healthier.
If the toilet is sitting solid on the floor, you don't need to. I would use latex instead of silicone because if you should ever have to pull the toilet, it would be much easier. One reason not to seal it down would be if the wax ring should ever fail. You could have a lot of damage to the floor before you noticed the leak.
$10,000 dollars each
Toilet paper production has been recorded back as far as the 1300's. Paper Towels came much, much later. When I was growing up, there was no such thing as paper towels in our house. The first paper towels were were introduced by Scott in 1907, but they did not become a regular Scott product until 1931.
Depending on the toilet, between 1 and 5 gallons.
I have no idea, but a toilet that does that would be pretty flippin amazing to have!
approx. 14.7 pounds of fecal matter can fit in a toilet.