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Pay Toilets Have Separate Keys For Cleaning And Coin Collection

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How does the cleaning crew access a pay toilet?

Pay Toilets Have Separate Keys For Cleaning And Coin Collection

Pay toilets may require less maintenance because they are less likely to be vandalized. When it's time to clean the pay toilet, cleaning crews access most coin-operated pay toilets by using a separate access key. The keyhole is part of the door handle. The money and/or tokens are collected by unlocking a different part of the handle with an additional key, so the cleaning crew need not be responsible for, or have access to, coin/token collection unless it is part of their job.

   

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