September 14, 2007, Newsletter Issue #80: Wary of Using a Public Bathroom? Don't Fear, They Are Much Cleaner Now

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Over the years, public restrooms have been branded as unsanitary and havens for germs. However, sanitary public bathroom tips on installing automatic features must have gotten out. Developments in bathroom technology have made the public bathroom a far more welcoming place for the person wary of using it. With touch-free technology being employed at every turn, you can often use a public bathroom without ever having to touch anything besides the tissue, and sometimes, nothing at all.

From the sanitary paper that is now provided for toilet seats, to the touchfree sinks, soap dispensers, paper towel or air dryers, and even toilet flushers, the public bathroom is now an automated process. No more do you have to worry about who was the last person to use that sink or to sit on that commode. You can be sure that when you use most public bathrooms, you can easily steer clear from anybody else's germs.

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