Toilet. Yup, some of Disney’s recent movies may have deserved that epithet, but you can’t say the brand doesn’t throw the kitchen sink into its product development. We remember Disney curtains, bedspreads and beakers, but Disney bathrooms? There’s no escape, kids, from big-eared brand awareness. Roll up, roll up for the Armitage Shanks Disney Collection. ‘The Disney Compact WC can be fitted back-to-wall with a WC furniture unit or with Disney Compact cisterns in a close-coupled suite,’ the PR blurbs. ‘All cisterns incorporate the Disney “Mickey” dual flush button.’ Brings a new meaning to saving up to visit Disney World, don’t it?
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