I don't think there is anyone squeamish on here, but if you are look away
This concerns the design of toilet pans.
Our RAK toilets have a broad pan, a narrow throat with vertical sides, and
a flat bottom (insert joke of choice here).
This design seems to encourage skid marks and the use of the toilet brush.
On my occasional travels I note that most other toilets have a wider
throat with more of a slope and no flat bottom and these don't seem to
collect the skid marks in the same way, and tend to flush clean.
Just wondering if there is an issue with the toilet design we have, and if
most toilets don't have this problem.
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