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Survey reveals annoying bathroom habits
Posted on Friday, October 28, 2011

Leaving the toilet seat up. Using up the toilet paper without replacing it. Leaving a puddle of water or dirty clothes and towels on the floor after taking a shower. These are all habits that may be considered annoying when sharing a bathroom with other people.

A recent survey conducted by Moen has revealed the habits that people classify as the most annoying. Topping the list was not replacing the toilet paper. More than one-third (36 percent) of respondents to the company's online poll said an empty toilet paper roll frustrates them the most.

Another annoying bathroom habit, according to the survey, is leaving clothes and towels on the floor. While nearly 20 percent of respondents said that messiness irks them, this percentage increases when individuals share a bathroom with kids. Thirty-three percent of people with children say a messy floor is their biggest pet peeve.

Men involved in the poll revealed that a cluttered bathroom vanity is sometimes annoying, with 20 percent saying that toiletries and makeup items left out on the counter makes them angry.

While old habits may be hard to break, making a few changes in the bathroom may make some of these troublesome behaviors easier to avoid. Installing new bathroom accessories, such as an easy to use toilet paper holder, towel bars and clothing hooks, can help individuals remember to change the toilet paper or hang up their clothing or towel.

Additional storage in a new bathroom vanity, shelves or medicine cabinet can also help keep the space clean and organized for every member of the family.


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