Along with Urinal Fly toilet stickers, Good Housekeeping recommends some great toilet cleaning methods, like allowing the cleaner to sit for 5-10 minutes, proper order of cleaning the various toilet parts, and which solutions to use.
Our original idea and purpose for introducing Urinal Fly Toilet Stickers back in 2008 was for potty training. And although a good portion of customers use our stickers in schools, airports, and office buildings to keep toilets and bathrooms clean, a good many still have potty training in mind. I came across this great article […]
This is a fairly recent article from the UN’s Environmental Programs newsfeed. As we continue to try and improve on cleanliness and waste with UrinalFly potty targets, I thought this is a timely article. Enjoy! Twenty-eight-year-old Jenifer Colpas is Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at Tierra Grata. It is a social enterprise that sets out […]
I’m not sure if I’ve ever tried more than 2 of 5 tips from Hometalk.com, but I can vouch for the vinegar-baking soda tip for gunk-clogged shower drains. Not to be cheeky, but I really would expand this list to 6, adding the Urinal Fly toilet stickers. Urinal Fly gives boys and guys something to […]
I’m always on the lookout for helpful bathroom cleaning tips, and this article from Good Housekeeping has some great ideas. Keeping your bathroom clean for your family and guests at the holidays is important, especially with all of the winter germs floating around. If it were me (wink, wink), I would add Urinal Fly toilet […]
Some funky looking urinals from around the world, including South Korea, Japan, China, Scotland, Paris, UK, and Norway. Bathrooms are kept up to 80% cleaner with Urinal Fly Potty Target decals installed in toilets and urinals. Give them something to aim for! feature image by https://pixabay.com/users/gellinger-201217/
Two physicists in Utah explain the science behind urinal splash, sitting vs. standing, and how the ‘angle of attack’ is important. Check out their article here… https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-24820279
they won’t help with toilet graffiti. I came across this Guardian article about an old psychological experiment just recently, and it got me wondering, “Would this work today?” Check out the article here… https://www.theguardian.com/education/2009/oct/20/improbable-research-marc-abrahams