June 02, 2016
Women and mothers with young children frequently use public toilet facilities during their visits to restaurants, shopping centres, cafes, parks, gyms, sporting fields, airports, hotels and on aircraft during travel. In fact 98% of Australian women need to use public toilets several times a week and most mothers use public toilets with their young children daily.
Many women and mothers worry about the germs that they and their families can catch when using public toilets and this causes them stress, frustration and wastes precious time.
It is not uncommon to hear a mother in the next cubicle pleading with their desperate child to wait and hold while mummy frantically covers the toilet seat with toilet tissue so that their child can sit on the toilet.
In 2010 Mojo Concepts undertook a survey of 655 Australian Women about public toilet hygiene.
70% of women feared catching germs from using public toilets.
40% of these women would only sit on a public toilet seat if they covered it with toilet tissue.
March 04, 2022
Here is 10 funny restroom signs, some a little more confusing than others.
Which one is your favourite?
March 18, 2021
With school holidays just around the corner, road trips are back on the agenda for many people around Australia.
Road trips and travel always pose an increased risk of catching germs and bugs as we are exposed to closer contact with others and having to use more public amenities. Keeping your family healthy and safe so that you can enjoy your holiday and so that you don’t bring home any nasty bugs is easy with our road trip planner.
September 29, 2020
Sit don’t squat!
Do you hover or squat over public toilets when peeing?
Many people have concerns about sitting on public toilets as they are worried about what germs may be left on the seat from other users. In 2013 MOJO Concepts did a survey of 655 Australian women and found that 50% hovered when using public toilets and 40% would only sit on a public toilet if it was covered with toilet paper or a toilet seat cover.