Latest Eco-Friendly Toilet Invention by Miki Agrawal
Yearly around 15 million trees are used to make toilet paper used by Americans. Making the toilet paper takes so many trees and 253,000 tons of bleach, and 437 billion gallons of water, neither economically nor environmentally friendly. Miki Agrawal came up with a solution named TUSHY, a modern bidet attachment for toilets to reduce these wastages.
Before the invention of TUSHY, Miki Agrawal has made some trend-setting initiatives such as WILD, a non-gluten pizza restaurant, and THINX, reusable underwear for ladies during their periods. She also donates pads to school girls in Uganda. Miki Agrawal’s love for sustainable, eco-friendly solutions is the motivation behind the invention of TUSHY.
From the inception of TUSHY into the market, approximately five million trees have been saved. Installation of TUSHY is easy and takes about five minutes. The water used by the bidet attachment is the same water installed in the house for consumption, brushing, and all the basics. The water source used helps to reduce the skepticism that water used by TUSHY is toilet bowl water.
Miki Agrawal believes that TUSHY helps reduce the infections contracted by toilet paper users, as many researchers have shown. Toilet papers are not so hygienic, and the dryness causes anal itchiness, the promotion of UTIs, yeast infections, anal fissures, and hemorrhoids.
The Covid 19 pandemic has promoted the embracing of TUSHY as the shortage of toilet paper was being experienced. A sales record of one million sales in a day was made as TUSHY was the handy alternative to toilet paper.
To people aspiring to be trendsetters globally, Miki Agrawal advises on patience, hard work, and resilience. Through these virtues, one can build muscle memory that allows the formation of new skills. Aspiration and the values combined lead to spectacular results.