Although widely and erroneously credited to 19th-century British plumber Thomas Crapper, the modern flush toilet was actually invented in 1596 by Sir John Harrington. His treatise,...
The first flush toilet was invented by Sir John Harrington in the 16th century.
The opposite of a flush toilet is a dry toilet which uses no water for flushing. ......
prosperity, that the flush toilet became a widely used and marketed invention.
May 19, 2015 ... The centerpiece of today's modern bathroom, the flush toilet has equal ... new-
fangled invention, referred to the toilets as “crappers”—due to the ...
THE FLUSH TOILET IS THE GREATEST INVENTION. Will we ever again invent
anything as useful as "the humble loo"? When we devoted a Big Question to the ...
The first packaged toilet paper was the 1857 invention of American, Joseph
Gayetty and called Gayetty's Medicated Paper. In 1880, the British Perforated
The invention of the indoor water closet or lavatory.
History of the Flush Toilet ... Page 1. History of the ... Invention of the Toilet Paper
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While Sir John Harrington is credited with the invention, it was Alexander
Cummings that received the first patent for a flushing water closet (toilet not John)
This marvelous invention is the flush toilet. We don't like to think about what our
lives would be like without modern conveniences such as electricity, ...