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The most common bathroom blunder is falling into the toilet when the seat is left up (85%).

33 percent of moms have sleepily brushed their teeth with something other than toothpaste.

70 percent of house guests snoop through other peoples medicine cabinets and drawers.

433 million miles of toilet paper is how much Americans use annually and this could stretch to the sun and back.

43 percent of homes in the U.S. have two or more bathrooms, and 18 percent of those homeowners scrub and clean their shower in the nude.

The sink has 100,000 germs per square inch, where the toilet seat only has 100 germs per square inch.

Paper towels decrease hand bacteria by 29 percent, a hand dryer increases it by 162 percent

Pomegranates studded with cloves were used as the first attempt at making toilet air-freshner

King George II of Great Britain died falling off a toilet on the 25th of October 1760.

The first toilet cubicle in a row is the least used (and consequently cleanest).

The toilet is flushed more times during the super bowl halftime than at any time during the year.

The toilet handle in a public restroom can have up to 40,000 germs per square inch

55.2% will let someone else come in the bathroom while they’re using the toilet.

Spring Cleaning: Spruce Up Your Bathroom was originally published on elev8.com

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