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The Doctors share a new product, which is currently being developed, may solve this issue, and will also save water when flushing.
Scientists at Penn State have developed a spray called LESS, which stands for a liquid-entrenched smooth surface. The Doctors explain that the coating turns the surface of your toilet bowl into "a slide." The coating is said to repel liquids, sludge, and bacteria from surfaces, along with also requiring less water when flushing. The product claims that it can essentially transform a traditional toilet into a self-flushing toilet.
The panel loves this idea, noting that billions of gallons of water are used daily just for flushing toilets.
And if you're getting skid marks in your underwear (it happens!), find out what The Doctors say might be medically going on down there.