Are those paper toilet-seat covers really protecting you from anything?
By Melissa A. Calderone
Posted 05.02.2006 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
The paper toilet-seat cover can be a guardian angel for the backside, but only if the seat is dry to begin with. When the cover is placed onto a seat that´s wet, it ferries bacteria and viruses from the toilet seat up to your bare skin.
The good news is that you´re unlikely to contract a disease merely by sitting on a pathogen-covered toilet.
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