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 was a great surprise to come across them AND the clean toilets. Thank you, JFK!
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 vinegar, lemon juice, Tang (or citric acid) soaking overnight + scrubbing doesn’t get rid of […]
Tempo (Philippines) ran a great article about cleaner bathrooms, referencing the Urinal Fly in the Amsterdam airport toilets. Check out the article in its entirety, here… http://tempo.com.ph/2018/04/16/nudge-theory-applied-in-our-daily-life/
We’ve received orders recently from Israel, Finland, Norway, Australia, Canada, along with Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and North Carolina! People from around the world are discovering that a little sticker can make a big difference in keeping a toilet or urinal cleaner. Thank you to all of our great customers!
Here’s an article I came across this morning on keeping toilets clean, published on www.quickanddirtytips.com in August, 2015… 1.Use Kool-Aid to Clean Stubborn Rings Project via Diana @Anyone Can Decorate Thanks to its acidic base, this favorite soft drink is actually a scum fighting hero when it comes to banishing rings. For .25 cents, you can have a […]
This article appeared on Nudge.org’s blog site in 2010, but I love how the ideas presented about keeping toilets clean with stickers, as well as with floor mats, is timeless. Check it out… The Amsterdam urinals The recent piece “Easy Does it” about choice architecture in the New Republic by Cass Sunstein and Richard Thaler opened with the example […]
https://www.healthcarepackaging.com/article/pharmapack-europe-what-can-urinals-teach-us-about-patient-adherence Pharmapack Europe: What Can Urinals Teach Us About Patient Adherence? A chief behavioral officer talks about integrating the “human factor” within healthcare technologies to boost their acceptability, usability and impact. By Keren Sookne, Director of Editorial Content PRINT EMAIL SHARE ENLARGE If you ignore human psychology, it won’t ignore you (or your products). That was the […]
I am happy to announce that, as of January 24, I am the new owner of UrinalFly.com. The original owner and a good friend of mine, Doug Kempel, will continue to mentor and guide me as we make the transition. A new product line is in the works, and should be available soon, as well […]
As much as I love the simplicity, elegance, human naturousness (not a word but it works here) of the fly, not everyone wants to look at a fly when they are in the bathroom. I have reluctantly given into this fact as we have developed new designs. Now, with 2 little boys in the house, […]
Today was a monumental day in urinal history. The urinal fly was profiled by the great folks at Good Day Sacramento. I got to participate in my first TV interview (via Skype) and luckily I did not pee myself. Though I guess it would not have mattered since they only film from the neck up. […]