Okay, I have to admit this is one of the coolest projects I have built.
B. It saves Money
C. It I get to have a tasty (depends on what you define as "tasty") drink before I get started
D. I Made It
Step 1: Retrieve the Necessary Components.
A paper clip (Or wire.)
A Pencil/Pen (I'll get into details later.)
An essential tool to this project:
Step 2: GULP!
(say in a hoarse voice like you haven't had water in days...)
Either way, while you are enjoying your tasty little treat,I will treat you to a few toiletian facts.
- Toilets use the most water in the house...even more that your washing machine (!)
- 27% of your house water that goes down the drain is...drumroll please...from YOUR TOILET! (!)
- An average American uses approximately 400 gallons of water a day. That is equal to approximately 146000 gallons a year! (Not just toilet flushing.)
- If your toilet is old, then it may use as much as 3.5 liters (0.924602183 gallons) per flush!
- That totals up to 27,010 liters (7,135.28713 gallons) per YEAR!
WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? Please. Make a trip to the bathroom before we continue because after a bottle of water, you must go to the bathroom.
HALT! Where do you think you're going now? Build the Toilet Buggy and then go to the bathroom, install it, go and then flush.
Isn't that more logical?
Step 3: Snip, Rip, Repeat...
Step 4: Pop the Top.
Step 5: Add a Wire.
Then, with the same wire and pliers, curl the end up. (See the third photo.)
Step 6: Poke!
Screw it on top and go to the bathroom.
Step 7: Add Water.
Step 8: Ready, Set, FLUSH!
Step 9: Done.
As always...if you experience any problems leave a comment and I will try my best to help you.
If you did make it successfully well then...leave a comment saying you made it successfully!