70% of your friends and neighbors snoop through your bathroom cabinets. This should give you pause to consider the items you may being storing in those cabinets.
75% of Americans use their mobile phone while sitting on the toilet. Mobile usage on the toilet has become the most popular bathroom pastime. Apparently, reading the Lysol instructions or Sears catalog has fallen out of favor.
Over 75% of Americans prefer the toilet paper to hang over the roll. It is placed this way in all hotels. Roughly 25 of the population gets upset if it’s no hung correctly.
Approximately 7 million mobile devices (mobile phones and tablets) are dropped in the toilets each year.
The average person spends approximately 3 years of their life on the toilet. (This article is applicable to everyone.) This adds up to approximately 2500 toilet trips per year at 6 to 8 visits each day.
Americans unroll 433,000,000 miles of toilet paper each year. To give you some perspective, that’s enough toilet paper to reach the sun and then back to the earth.
In the U.S. 40% of the population folds their toilet paper whereas 60% just crumple it up.
Apparently putting the seat down is more than just a common courtesy. 85% of bathroom related injuries occur due to the toilet seat being left up.