Your Best Bud, The Toilet Seat Sanitiser Spray

Your Best Bud, The Toilet Seat Sanitiser Spray

How many times have you waited till the last minute to pee, hoping you’ll find a less horrifying place? How many times have you almost cried because you had to do your business in a public washroom? We’re guessing so many that you can’t even count it on your fingers. And hey, let’s not even get started on how you check the washrooms even before the fancy facilities in hotels. Funnily, all these and many more such instances might have led to you wondering “If only I could stand and pee”. But, have you thought about, maybe, a toilet spray? 

And before we get to what our toilet spray does, you’ve got to know that your fears aren’t baseless. A recent survey showed that 90% of women are afraid of using public washrooms. The fear of contracting UTI and other infections is real, very real.

However, with the advent of the ultimate solution, an antidote to public washrooms, or whatever you call it, things became easier. Yes, we’re talking about the Toilet Seat Sanitiser Spray.

So, what does the toilet spray do? 

The Pee Safe Toilet Seat Sanitiser Spray protects you from germs that are found in public toilets, reducing the risk of contracting infections like UTI. The toilet spray kills 99.9% of germs that are present on the toilet seat’s surface, in just 10 seconds. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Well, it’s real. And, it has become a trip essential for many people over the years.

Toilet seat sanitizer


The toilet seat sanitiser spray is as simple as it can get. All you’ve got to do is spray it from a distance of 25cms and give it 10 seconds to work its charm and also evaporate. It isn’t just for toilets on highways but for the toilet seats in your homes and offices too. Once sprayed, it also gives out a nice fragrance, keeping your surroundings fresh. Think of this toilet spray as a saviour as it lets you pee safe.

Toilet set sanitizer

Once you get your hands on the toilet seat sanitiser spray, you’ll never go back to makeshift solutions like creating a toilet paper layer or wiping and cleaning before use, because you’ll realise that CLEAN DOESN’T MEAN SANITISED. 

The Blog is written by Divyansh Mehta.

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