Water-saving toilet hack Answered
Toilets use fresh water, and lots of it. Sure, you can buy a low-flow model, but you're still flushing with a (smaller) quantity of fresh, otherwise drinkable water.
Gregorylavoie decided to get double use out of that water by hacking his toilet. It's a neat, reversible modification: after you flush, you use the clean, incoming tank refill water for handwashing. Your slightly soapy hand-wash runoff fills the tank, and is saved for the next flush.
It's a simple, ingenious way to save water with little to no effort.
What do you think? Would you try this mod on your toilet?
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