Lauren Krueger & Matthew David Brozik

Toilet lids

In Definally on May 20, 2011 at 10:00 am

Turning from food and drink, we end the week with a post about where food and drink end up.

This one is a no-brainer, but Definally. has gotten several requests to address it. So here’s the poop:

When a toilet is not in use, the lid (not just the seat) should be down. In fact, the lid should go down before the toilet is flushed, to prevent (or at least counteract) aerosolization of the water in the bowl (not to be confused with eau de toilette) and the consequent contamination of such exposed things as toothbrushes, soap, towels, the bathroom scale, the shower curtain, scented candles, cotton swabs, cotton balls, reading material, etc.

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