Umlazi entrepreneurs on their toilet seat sanitizing sprays

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Ncedo Shoba and Nkululeko Mahlobo came with the idea of a toilet seat sanitiser after their a close friend caught an infection after using a toilet at work.
Ncedo Shoba and Nkululeko Mahlobo came with the idea of a toilet seat sanitiser after their a close friend caught an infection after using a toilet at work.
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Squatting, crouching, or covering the seat with tissue, women have found different ways to use public toilets while keeping safe.

But sometimes it's not that easy and some avoid them completely and hold it in until they get home.

But squatting over the toilet seat in public washrooms has been proven to not be enough to escape the germs.

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