Hovering, Foot-Flushing and More Ways We Avoid Germs in Public Restrooms


Chattanooga, TN: The Complete Sheet

Public bathrooms are one of the grosses places we encounter on a day-to-day basis. So we’ve come up with a few tricks over the years . . . Someone asked people about different tactics for avoiding germs in public restrooms.

Here are five of them, and how common they are . . .

1. Using a paper towel to open doors or turn faucets. 62% of us do it sometimes.

2. Flushing the toilet with your foot, 43%.

3. Hovering over the toilet seat, 31%. So that probably means MOST women.

4. Opening and closing doors with your butt, 27%.

5. Using your elbow to start the hand dryer or paper towel dispenser, 20%.


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