Public toilets see a lot of use, especially toilets that are open to the general public. This presents cleaning problems, especially when a hundred or so people use the toilet every hour. The bodily waste of dozens of people is bad enough, but then you have the inevitable mess they make when they bring dirt and garbage into the bathrooms.
“You have a bidet? Wow!”
One might consider the usage of a bidet to be a bit abnormal and even luxurious in the United States. The reality is: the United States is the anomaly. Akin to the cultural differentiation found in many parts of the world, the bidet is quite orthodox in many other parts of the world.
It almost sounds like something out of a comedy sitcom.
The joke is on you: eCommerce overlord Amazon has actually recently partnered with well-known branding savant Procter & Gamble (more concisely known as P&G) to stick advertisements inside of bathroom stalls. For those unaware, P&G own a number of substantial brands including (but not limited to) Luvs, Pampers, Cascade, and, to be more pertinent to this situation: Charmin.
How long do you think toilets have existed?
Given how much of a staple a toilet is in our society, one would assume that such an innovation has existed for a reasonable amount of time. However, that statement could likely be false, depending on what your concept of reasonable is.
“What options do I have for hand drying after I have washed my hands, and which is the best/most sanitary? Which method is the most efficient, and which is the fastest method? Are there certain tools that would make my experience better?”
It almost seems like a rudimentary question, given that it seems like there is not exactly a whole lot that can be done with regard to drying your hands.
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