As I remodel our house, I am looking for a high-efficiency toilet for a kids' bathroom. Two questions. First, would you agree that these are good characteristics to look for?
1) Water Sense compliant--Am I right that a toilet that is 1.28 gpf but not dual flush will conserve water without the bowl stain problem many dual flushes have? Green is important to us, but I can't expect young kids to make regular use of a toilet brush!
2) Skirted. Am I right that this make the toilet's exterior easier to keep clean, giving my kids' imperfect aim?
3) NOT ADA compliant. I assume ADA-compliant would make the toilet harder for them to use. The three kids range from a tall six-year-old to a one-year-old with the potty training years yet to come.
Second, can anyone recommend a high quality toilet that combines these characteristics? I'd love to buy a Toto, but so far haven't found one that is a skirted, non-ADA HET.