Public toilets freak a lot of people out and they will go to extremes to avoid contact with the porcelain. Nelson Ayala, however, has designed a toilet that doesn’t require your rear to touch anything.
I see one drawback with this design. Apparently you have to take off your pants or skirt to use it, since you must mount the toilet to use it. But under extreme conditions, I guess getting half naked is better than touching the creepy crawly bacteria on most public toilets.
Mount Nelson Ayala's Loo for More Sanitary Squatting
1. Rear-facing Toilets - Opportunity for innovative sanitary solutions by eliminating direct contact with public toilet seats.
2. Sanitary Squatting - Potential for alternative toilet designs that prioritize hygiene and comfort during use.
3. Touch-free Toilets - Disruptive technology in restroom fixtures that minimize physical contact with surfaces.
1. Bathroom Fixtures - Demand for upgraded restroom products that offer improved sanitation and user experience.
2. Hospitality - Opportunity to implement cutting-edge toilet designs in hotels and public facilities, enhancing customer satisfaction.
3. Public Health - Innovations in toilets could have a significant impact on preventing the spread of infections in public spaces.