It is well known that public toilets are a breeding ground for bacteria. We prefer to avoid these places, but sometimes you need to go to the toilet so bad that there will be no other choice than to go to a public toilet. Imagine that you are driving your car and you have to go to the toilet incredibly bad.
Once you have arrived at a gas station, you will get the fright of your life when opening the toilet door. Many of us then put a little toilet paper on the toilet seat as a solution to create a barrier between your buttocks and the toilet seat. This seems to be the ideal solution. At least, you would think so. But nothing is less true, because this is not the most effective way to avoid bacteria. However, this is perhaps the worst way.
Toilet bowls are in fact designed in a very clever way. For a long time most people thought that the toilet seats were a breeding ground for bacteria and other filthiness. But due to their shape and particularly smooth surface, toilet seats ensure that bacteria can not develop any further. Continue reading on the next page to find out why you should never put toilet paper on a toilet seat again!