Microbiological Hazards of Household Toilets: Droplet Production and Residual Organisms


How well do we know about our Household Toilets primarily the Toilet Bowl and the Toilet Seat?

We all have the basic idea that the toilet bowl and the toilet seat have bacteria and germs and pathogens. We all think that simply cleaning the toilet bowl and toilet seat daily can keep it germ and bacteria free. But is this much information enough? We visit the washroom many times in a day so it is pertinent that we know everything about it.

Let us go into the details of what is lurking in your washroom. Especially let us know what is lurking in your toilet bowl and on and around your toilet seat.

There are large numbers of bacteria and viruses on toilet seats and the toilet bowl in our household restrooms. Even continual flushing cannot remove persistent fraction. This is due to the absorption of the organisms to the porcelain surfaces of the bowl with gradual elution occurring after each flush. Droplets produced by flushing toilets harbour both bacteria and viruses. These bacteria and viruses also linger out onto surfaces in bathrooms after a flush. Actually, they remain airborne and settle on surfaces throughout the bathroom. Thus, there is a possibility that person may acquire an infection from an aerosol produced by toilet also. Hand contact with these contaminated surfaces can also result in eye infections as we keep touching our face often.

Also, we all know that putting the toilet seat lid down after flushing is a good habit. But people mostly do not adhere to this and that is the reason germs and bacteria spread around the room and also on the toilet paper. It is precisely this germ-infested toilet paper that you would reach out to grab with your hands and then, unconsciously, you would touch your face, allowing the bacteria the easiest passageway into your body. So yes, flushing can liberate pathogens into the air and allow them to settle on a variety of bathroom surfaces. But the most common area of detecting these pathogens is the toilet seat.

Now we know what is going around the toilet seat and in the toilet bowl.  To prevent any infections like UTI we should keep our toilet seat and the toilet bowl most clean and bacteria free. There are many home remedies to keep them clean but they are very time-consuming. In this fast-paced life, we want something that is a quick solution and is also hundred percent safe to use.

PeeSafe Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray is the answer to all our worries.

How to use it:

  • Shake the can of PeeSafe.
  • Spray on the toilet seat and any other area that you want to sanitize with PeeSafe Toilet Seat Sanitizer.
  • Wait for just 5 seconds. The anti-bacterial disinfectant spray starts to evaporate and sanitize the area.
  • The toilet seat is now germ-free and safe for use.

Yes, it is that easy to use. Grab your PeeSafe Toilet Seat Sanitizer Spray today.

Be safe with PeeSafe!!