Although paper toilet seat covers are an effective way to maintain public restroom sanitation, the SaniSeat provides a paperless alternative. A Sani-Seat toilet seat is covered with a roll of Sani-Wrap, a patented, dermatologist-approved product made of high-density polyethylene. Before or after use, the customer waves a hand over a sensor, which causes the seat to rotate and provide a new, hygienic surface. Each used section of Sani-Wrap is destroyed after use and cannot be re-used.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC, is a public venue that has successfully incorporated this method of restroom sanitation, which may be a feasible option for similar high-traffic areas. Also, many customers, especially older persons or parents with young children, appreciate not trying to arrange a paper toilet seat cover.
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