Have you ever had a difficult time finding a clean public restroom near me? So, if you want to use public restrooms without worrying about hygiene, follow these helpful hints.
We’ve all been in a circumstance where we needed to answer to nature’s call in a public restroom but ended up with infections or UTI. A public restroom is the most unsanitary and filthiest location that no one wants to enter, but we must do so due to unforeseen circumstances.
Hundreds of people use these facilities every day, resulting in an accumulation of germs and bacteria on the toilet seat. But, thank goodness, we have some simple hacks and tips to follow before going outside to use the restroom.
Let’s have a look at some of the essentials:
Keep a Toilet Sanitizer on you at all times.
Always keep a bottle of hand sanitizer in your bag and spray it on the toilet seat for 10 seconds before using it. A toilet sanitizer is the most convenient and effective product you can own. It’s simple to use and gets the job done swiftly when it comes to removing germs and bacteria from your toilet seat. It aids in the prevention of infections and disorders such as diarrhea and urinary tract infections (UTI). Plus, they come in a variety of scents, so you won’t have to deal with the stench of public restrooms.
Wipes for intimate use
Our vagina can naturally clean itself and keep bacteria at away, but an intimate wipe can be useful if you’ve used a public restroom. Take out an intimate wipe and clean your genitals from front to backside after you’ve finished using the restroom. You will prevent bacteria from invading the vaginal area by doing so. Although, because your vagina is one of the most delicate sections of your body, it is best not to use too many wipes.
Urination Device, Reusable/Disposable
This is a divine gift for all the females out there who want to use public facilities without getting nervous. In cases where public restrooms are short on water or haven’t been cleaned in months, a disposable urination gadget can be useful. This technology allows women to pee while standing, eliminating the need to sit on filthy chairs or squat for long periods of time.
How can you make the most of public restrooms?
Make a beeline for the first stall.
It’s amusing, but people tend to choose the cubicle furthest from the entrance, expecting it would be the cleanest. As a result, the first stall is frequently overlooked or avoided; try using the first stall the next time you visit a public restroom.
Covers for toilet seats
The toilet seat coverings are commonly found in stores near you or may be purchased online. Investing in seat covers to be the safest is a wise decision. Tissue paper on the seat does not provide total protection and wastes a lot of paper.
Technique of rinsing
Take a little piece of tissue paper and completely wrap it around your finger before pressing the flush button. This will keep your hands or fingers from coming into direct contact with the flush. Using the same tissue, open the door, toss it in the trash, and leave. Always remember to wash your hands after using the restroom.
Please, no luggage on the floor!
Bathroom floors are the dirtiest, with various bacteria and microbes; avoid placing your luggage on the flooring since these germs can quickly move to your bags and, eventually, your hands.