A lot of us must have frightened using public washrooms as they are usually very dirty and armed with germs & bacteria. But then when you have to go, you have to go and it is not possible and advisable to control your pee. So what can we do to ensure a safe and hygienic toilet experience? Let’s read about some few steps that one take in order to sanitize the toilet seat.
How to disinfect a public toilet?
Whether it is a restaurant, a petrol pump or washroom at our workplace, if we all could, we would completely eliminate the need to use a public toilet. The thought of germs hidden on the toilet handles, the flush and the seat can make the visit quite an unusual for most of us.
So if you are among those who open the door with your elbow, try to awkwardly crouch on the seat and flush with your shoes, you are clearly not alone. Let's take a quick tutorial on how to survive in a public toilet visit.
If the toilet seat scares you the most, it is not completely baseless. Some of the germs like streptococcus, E. coli, staphylococcus, hepatitis, STD and even flu are present on the seat but the point to note is that people with a healthy immune system have nothing to fear.
But still if you fear the unknown, it's best to use a toilet seat sanitizer. There are also some disposable toilet seat covers that can come to your rescue while there are brand like PeeSafe, LooSafe, Aringel that promise to keep you safe from these bugs with their toilet seat sanitizers.
Germophobe fear the toilet flushes the most after the seat. And why not, that's the thing that everyone presses after they are done with using the washroom. If you don't want to play the ninja who flushes with the shoe, the tip is, again, to wash your hands thoroughly after using the toilet.
More than the toilet seat itself, you should get worried from the toilet knob. So if you have used the washroom hygienically by practicing all tips and tricks in your mind, it's time to know that the knob can straightaway nosedive your hygiene trip to the washroom. The key, yet again is to wash your hands with a proper disinfectant.
If you are unable to follow any of the mentioned options then the only way to protect yourself will be to either call the cleaner to clean the seat for you.