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Keeps Bathrooms up to 85% cleaner

  • Cleaner, safer restrooms in minutes
  • Made famous in the Amsterdam International Airport
  • Reduces spillage in Men’s urinals and toilets
  • Installs in seconds

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Urinal Fly toilet stickers, made famous in the Amsterdam International Airport, keep toilets up to 85% cleaner. Installed in seconds, these USA-made, high-quality decals reduce spillage, making restrooms safer and cleaner.

Our goal at UrinalFly.com is to make the world cleaner, one bathroom at a time. This simple product works with a man’s basic instincts to produce a cleaner bathroom and perhaps some laughs along the way. Give them something to aim for, and you will be amazed by the results.

guarantee“We know that you will see cleaner bathrooms in minutes. If you are not satisfied at anytime, contact us at james@urinalfly.com for your money back.”

News & Press

    • Have you seen a CleanIt P-Guard Toilet Seat Urine Deflector?

      I am always looking for ways to keep the bathroom and toilet cleaner, in addition to our Urinal Fly potty target decals.   This YouTube video caught my eye, but I am just curious if anybody has ever seen one of … Continue reading →
    • Video toilet displays and cleanliness

      The following article appeared on Boing Boing in April, 2018.  Although it might bring in ad revenue, it seems like it does the exact opposite of the urinal fly, drawing attention away from the task at hand.  Will it create … Continue reading →
    • JFK Terminal 2 Urinal Fly Surprise

        The fine folks that clean JFK’s Terminal 2 bathrooms must have taken a cue from the Amsterdam airport, because urinal flies are keeping the urinals clean there as well!  Even though these are not Urinal Fly brand flies, it … Continue reading →
    • How to clean toilet rings?

      Okay, so you didn’t use a Urinal Fly toilet decal to keep your toilet and bathroom clean, and then scrubbing your toilet was moved to the bottom of your priority list.  Want to get rid of those toilet rings?  If … Continue reading →