Have you ever tried putting a red cup under a toilet seat? And why do you need to do such a thing? Read on to find out!
If your shower area is not separate from the toilet area, there is a good chance that the seat may get wet even with the lid on when you finish showering. In this case, you can place a plastic cup under the seat to make it dry faster and reduce the chance of getting mildewed.
It is best not to touch the toilet seats in public restrooms, for they can be unhygienic. Put a plastic cup under the toilet seat so you don't have to touch the seat yourself when you lift or lower the toilet seat.
Bothered by your boys relieving themselves before lifting the toilet seat? Simply try to put a red cup under the toilet seat. This will remind your children to raise the lid, which prevents them from peeing on it.
Putting an empty red cup under a public toilet seat can notice the following user that toilet paper has run out. Since users would look down to remove the cup, they are more likely to glance at the empty toilet roll next to them.
If you live in a place where wild animals thrive in your toilet, try putting a red cup under the toilet seat. That way, when animals like snakes or alligators crawl up your toilet through the sewage system, they will knock the cup off, which will notify you.
People with heart disease or diabetes may need to use the toilet during the day to measure their urine excretion. A plastic cup under the toilet seat can remind them that they need to measure their urine in addition to relieving themselves.
Sleepwalkers can do anything during sleepwalking, including urinating, and will only be woken up by loud noises. So, if they happen to be sitting on a toilet seat with a red cup under it, they could easily knock it off. Then the noise will wake them up and prevent them from getting dirty.