Anyone who is especially skittish about sanitation usually dreads the prospect of being forced to use a public toilet, but a Florida-based hygiene company looks to solve this dilemma. According to The Arizona Republic, Brill Hygiene Products has created a hands-free electronic device that will provide a sanitary toilet seat cover before each use.
This product is already in use in many parts of the country, such as Radio City Music Hall in New York City. However, the Lone Butte and Vee Quiva casinos in Arizona will soon incorporate the bathroom accessories into their washrooms.
"We want to do anything to make our guest experience comfortable and provide the best amenities that are on the market," Melody Hudson, PR manager for Gila River Casinos, told the news source.
Thus far, the new devices have received a warm reception from guests at the casinos, and it gives them peace of mind that they aren't carrying myriad germs with them when they leave the bathroom.
Germ phobia is a major problem for some individuals, while others can simply ignore them. Do you use a toilet seat cover every time you use a public restroom?
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