An Auto Cleaning Toilet is a robotic toilet that uses cleansing agents to clean the upper rim of the toilet. A drive attachment attaches to the bottom of the toilet bowl, and a cleaning pad is attached below it. The stopper senses the end of the drive attachment and stops the motor power. The user activates the motor by pressing the pedal control, which drives the cleaning pad in either a forward or reverse direction. Another advantage of the design is that no infrastructure changes are required in the toilet to accommodate the cleaning system.
The Talbot auto-cleans toilet has been dubbed the “Roomba of toilets” by ChipChick. Currently, on pre-order, it will cost under $79 and will be available in early 2019. Its co-founder, Daniel Tokarev, says that thousands have already registered to purchase one. The Talbot is a battery-operated toilet cleaning robot that automatically dispenses a cleaning solution to the toilet bowl. It then brushes the entire inside surface of the toilet bowl. This method significantly reduces the human touch to disease-contaminated surfaces and cleaning solutions.
The Talbot auto-cleans toilet works by using a motor to clean the inner rim of the toilet bowl. It uses a circular or wavy motion to scrub the bowl and exit the drain. Its design is such that the Toibot auto-cleans toilet can be installed under the toilet seat to clean it more thoroughly. The motor runs a cleaning solution dispenser that dispenses a cleansing solution to the toilet bowl.
The Spinx auto-cleaning toilet is an intelligent device that has robotic arms that clean the bowl and seat. The robotic scrubbing arm folds out from a compartment on the inside of the lid and rotates around the bowl, scrubbing the surface above and below the waterline. A hopper located outside the toilet provides soap. The toilet will also dispense water and soapy water, and water jets on the seat and underside of the lid spray clean, disinfecting water and cleaning solution onto the area. The whole thing takes about 90 seconds, including cleaning the bowl and seat.
The Spinx auto cleaning toilet replaces the current toilet lid and seat. This device detects soap and water and sprays the cleaning solution in the bowl and seat. Then, compressed air will dry the surface of the seat. After cleaning, the scrub brush will retreat to the seat compartment and clean the rest of the toilet. The entire process takes less than two minutes and requires no gloves. It is available on Kickstart through December 22, 2017.
The Giddel auto-cleaning toilet robot is a robot with triple joints that systematically cleans the entire toilet bowl. Its triple joints provide talent to reach the nooks and crannies inside the bowl while avoiding the bottom. The robot is designed to clean in three motions: a circular movement, a sinusoidal or wavy pattern, and a vertical motion towards the drain. The telescopic arm prevents the robot from being tangled in the water.
A second motor rotates a brush over the toilet seat. Water is sprinkled on the brush, and an optional chemical dispenser dispenses antiseptics and perfumes. The cleaning pad and water are disposed of in a wastewater tank underneath. Once the cleaning brush and the toilet seat are thoroughly cleaned, the control circuit automatically switches off the motor. After completing one cycle, the machine enters standby mode.
The ContinuousClean technology allows the cleaning agent to be dispensed with each flush, bypassing internal tank components. The cleaning tablet should last a year, depending on the recommended setting. The cleaning solution must be in a solid puck-style tablet, as liquid cleaning agents are not allowed. However, these toilets are equipped with a battery charger to replace cleaning tablets easily. Their patented design makes them an ideal choice for people with low water levels.
The Giddel toilet cleaner robot cleans all three levels of your toilet – the rim, under the rim, and bowl – in a circular, wavy motion. This robot can detect obstacles and avoid them to make your toilet cleaner than ever. It’s child-safe and can clean on its own or alongside an adult. Its sleek design makes it easy to operate and an excellent option for families with small children.
The Giddel toilet robot is easy to install, taking less than five minutes to complete. The robot has a built-in pump and reservoir, allowing it to wash down any areas it misses during cleaning. Once completed, it can be placed back in its charging station. Although more significant than an average toilet, the charging station is conveniently located in a closet. The Giddel robot is capable of cleaning up to three toilets each week.