I hate doing laundry. I hate stuffing the musky-smelling threads into a machine. I hate pouring in the soap. I hate folding it, when it's done. I hate the whole dance. So when I heard about two major innovations in the laundry-doing arena, I got excited—perhaps a little too excited.
The Swash is being pitched as a sort of personal dry cleaning machine that promises to refresh clothes in just ten minutes. But instead of the toxic chemicals often used at your local dry cleaner, it runs on disposable detergent pods.
Everybody wants to use my bathroom right now. It's not the tile-work or the faucet or the shower-head. It's the toilet. Specifically, the bidet toilet seat. Brondell's Swash 1000 was one of our favorite gadgets at CES, so we decided to stick one where the sun don't shine for a review.
Hidden away in a remote CES corridor, amidst a sea of gaudy phone cases and chargers, something catches my eye. What's a toilet doing here? Oh, you know, just revolutionizing how you use the bathroom. No biggie.