Have you ever taken a visited a public or workplace washroom? Have you ever wondered why their doors do not go all the way down to the floor? What if someone just pops randomly below it?" I really don't know the answer to it, but I thought, doing a research and sharing with you.
Here's the explanation
1. It enables easier cleaning.
There is not much time and there are plenty of cleaning toilet stalls. Therefore it is much simpler and easier to mop and scrub the board.
2. It won't go unnoticed if there is a medical emergency.
Imagine someone walking in one of these stalls - something could result. But it is easily visible because the door doesn't go all the way down. In an emergency, it is also much easier to remove this person from the stall and save valuable time.
3. It keeps people from doing things they should not do. That means getting fresh.
Since the stall is not fully sealed, it discourages the public behaviour. Such as vandalism, graffiti, misuse of drugs and even sex. This has actually diminished after such stands began to be used internationally. People know that it's a public place and don't do anything dumb.
4. For the owner, it's much cheaper.
Standard doors must be built in relation to room dynamics, but such stalls can be installed in any kind of room to cut costs by half, if not more. It's therefore easier to mount, needs little to keep and is cheap.
5. It's easier to see someone doing their work.
There's no need to knock at the door. Anyone may claim whether or not the stall is occupied. This stops us from waiting unnecessarily.
6. Somebody will lend you a hand.
No, that's not how I mean it. At all. At all. I'm talking about another need in the toilet paper in a public toilet! If in such circumstances you haven't run out of toilet paper, thank you gods, because it can become very humiliating. Fortunately, because these aren't full stalls, you're not going to go out all dirty and humiliated. A friend or even a stranger can move through the stalls easily.
7. It's not a concern if you lock yourself.
It really isn't. The next time you jam or get shut in, you don't have to lie on the pot and sob. All you have to do is climb over or go down to get out. Allow you as autonomous as you are always!
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