The Flush-down toilet seat closer – A great invention just got a whole lot better

By Larry Robertson, CEO | Inventors

Aug 28
flush-down toilet seat closer

The flush-down toilet seat closer solves a host of nuisance, health and safety problems with toilets. 

The modern commode is an essential, albeit mundane part of our daily lives. It isn’t glamorous, but is does what it was designed to do and does it dependably. However, until there’s a problem with our plumbing, most people don’t think too much about their toilet, unless of course they sit down to use it in the middle of the night and fall in, unaware that the seat was left up.

House-pets can find it hard to resist the taste of water that is often cooler and “fresher” than the water in their bowl. While this may seem convenient and even harmless, drinking toilet water comes with a risk of bacterial contamination, such as E. coli. The invention of the Flush-down toilet seat closer eliminates the all of these age-old problems associated with leaving the lid up. Flush-down toilet seat closer!

The original Flush-down was the brainchild of independent inventor, Tom W. Reminga of Michigan. Tom did an amazing job developing and test-marketing the beta version of his product, but he wanted to make it even better. So he contacted AON Invent and collaborated with our product design and engineering team. The result produced a Flush-down mechanism that is easier to install and works even better than the original. Stay tuned. It’s soon coming to a toilet near you.

About the Author

Larry is the CEO and co-founder of AON Invent. He has enjoyed a career that has spanned sales, marketing, and product innovation for companies that include subsidiaries of AMR/American Airlines, Learjet and Sam's Club. In 1995 he teamed up with Ron Loveless, the founding CEO of Sam's Club, to launch a marketing and product development firm that grossed $500 million in its first 3 years. Over the past 20+ years, Larry has personally vetted over 1,000 product concepts and marketing strategies.