Toilet bowl reality check
I'm in the early stages of planning a redo of my hall bath. I plan to get a new toilet. My current one is 15 years old and I guess it's considered lower flush. Everything goes down pretty well and I only have to use bowl cleaner and brush maybe monthly to clean the ring at the water line and to freshen.
I'm reading about low-flush toilets, Toto mainly, and even watched a Youtube of the flushing action. It's kinda hard to illustrate using the real stuff going into the toilets. We all know we're talking poop. Looks like not a lot of water gets used and I'm wondering how in the world it all gets swept away with one flush.
What confuses (and troubles) me is folks on GW with Totos keep talking about using their brushes. What are we talking about here? Every time someone poops?