Which Public Restroom is the Cleanest?

Last week I posted a video on my Facebook page to see which stall everyone uses in a public restroom. I always ponder which bathroom stall is the cleanest and before I did some research I wanted to see which one all my family and friends used.

Check out everyone comments in my page : ( https://www.facebook.com/jade.sannicolas.37 )

Now that I collected some information from my family and friends I did some research …

As it appears : The first stall is the cleanest … At least in the women restroom.

…… the middle stalls are to be avoided if possible. Apparently, people tend to choose the middle one because of the “centrality preference.” On the other hand, the first stall, which is the least used, is likely to be the cleanest. – google 

……Because the first stall is the least often occupied by public bathroom users—meaning it’s also the cleanest. “Experts theorize that people tend to skip the first stall in favor of stalls farther back to have a little more privacy,” writes Dr. Mehmet Oz on Sharecare.

…….The research found that the first stall in a female bathroom is generally the least often used and that means that it’s the cleanest. Men, however, tend to opt for whatever’s closest to the door, while women gravitate to those farther from it.

…..Public bathrooms may be teeming with bacteria, but the toilet seat is probably safe for sitting. The toilet seat is actually the cleanest part of the bathroom, one expert says.

Why don’t the doors reach the floor ? the space below the door allows a person can see if a toilet is occupied.

So ….

Now what stall will you choose 

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