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Today I am sharing our fabulous new Corbelle toilet with Continuous Clean by Kohler and how to tackle a One Day Narrow Bathroom Renovation with Big Results. The toilet features a ContinuousClean system and I picked one of our bathrooms that needed a spruce up and the new toilet is perfect. Not only did we replace our old toilet with the Kohler toilet with Continuous Clean, but we decided to add a new paint color, shower curtain and new bathroom accessories.
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How to Install a Toilet
The installation process was very easy and quick.
1. Remove the old toilet
2. Install the ReadyLock System that comes with the Kohler Corbelle Continuous Clean toilet
3. Fasten the base with the braces provided
4. Place the new toilet onto the base.
5. Fasten toilet to the base with the provided screws
6. Place screw cover over hole to provide clean sleek look
7. Install Continuous Clean Mechanism (uses AA batteries) inside tank
8. Install cover and add cleaning tablets of your choice
One of the best things about this toilet is that it offers a “always-on” clean bowl which helps fight germs, grim and stains with every flush. This is particularly important being a multigenerational family under one roof as our toilet seems to always be in use!
A pet peeve of mine with a traditional toilet is cleaning around all the corners and arches on the base. With the Corbelle toilet with ContinuousClean, not only is your toilet bowl staying cleaner longer, but the base is a sleek skirted design and is so easy to wipe clean. The toilet comes in two pieces (the base and the tank) and was super easy to install.
One Day Narrow Bathroom Renovation with Big Results
One of the best features in my opinion of the toilet is the Revolution 360 swirl flushing technology. The flush is very powerful which keeps your bowl cleaner longer than a conventional flush. The Corbelle Continuous Clean toilet also features Clean Coat technology which prevents bacteria, mildew and mineral deposits from sticking. Let’s face it, toilets aren’t exactly the first item in our home we want to clean on a regular basis so I was extremely excited to install one with impressive cleaning technology. My mom especially loves the ease of keeping this toilet clean.
How does the cleaning process work?
So how does the cleaning process work? The Corbelle toilet comes with a factory-installed system and all you need to do is pick your favorite toilet bowl tablet. Simply add the tablet and each time you flush, the cleaning solution is dispensed. This technology also helps cut down on cleaning time as well.
Toilet cleaner is safely tucked away
The Corbelle toilet with Continuous Clean is housed in the toilet tank and dispenses a consistent dosage of cleaner during each flush. The cleaner is safely tucked away from kids and pets. The new system works with any toilet bowl puck-like tablets, allowing consumers to choose (bleach or not) and is optimized to extend the life of the cleansing tablet for more than a year. All you do is lift the cover, add the tablet and that’s it!
Here is a picture of the bathroom before.
Paint your bathroom for a fresh clean look
It’s amazing though what new coat of paint will do for a space. Here is the bathroom after I painted the walls white, installed the new toilet and added a new shower curtain.
Installation was really easy with the ReadyLock™system which eliminated the need to drill holes while offering the same secure installation as non-skirted toilets. I was so happy to get rid of the old toilet! There is something to be said for a brand new toilet 😄.
Soft close feature great for kids
The soft close feature above is also nice considering my son would consistently slam the cover down on the old toilet.
For those of you who live in a multigenerational household, you know the importance of keeping a bathroom clean and tidy especially when so many family members are sharing a space. Next year I plan to replace the floor and countertop on the vanity creating a more modern fresh look. For now, the new toilet, fresh coat of paint, new shower curtain and bathroom accessories worked perfectly to spruce up the space.
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