Originally Posted by BlueCat
9/11 too. I read somewhere recently though that the toilet flush sending all those germs all over was a false statement though, and I believed what I read about it. I'll have to find the article. I mean, think about it for a minute - this would mean that all that 'overspray' is landing all over us, since we flush while in the room. It doesn't make sense to complain about it landing on our toothbrushes. I may have to devise a remote flusher if I really thought that happened.
bacteria can spread with the flushing. There are very small waterdrops swirling round the room and the germs are in it. Of course they land on us, but our skin is tough enough to cope with them ;o)
Thatīs what itīs for - like every other immunologic organ
Barbara, at a window there is always a constant airflow, which these little things don`t like. The Bedroom is usually not as warm and hot as a bathroom, also a donīt like...