Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Sanitiser Spray

compact canister with hi strength disinfectant for toilet seats
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So It would be handy if the spray could fit in a womens purse, evaporated fast and had a very short sterilisation time
lostmind, Jul 03 2006

Same idea at whynot.net http://www.whynot.net/ideas/1522
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       Non-problem.
jutta, Jul 03 2006
  

       i must have seen this somewhere before. not on the bakery, but actually baked. otherwise it sounds like something i've seen.
tcarson, Jul 03 2006
  

       A small spay can of disinfectant? Good idea, but use it on the faucet and door handle, not the toilet seat.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jul 03 2006
  

       If the seat's wet or dirty, better off using a disinfectant wipe, methinks.
DrCurry, Jul 03 2006
  

       Toilet seats are really(normally) very very clean. Your water bottle or tea cup are far more contaminated.
jhomrighaus, Jul 03 2006
  

       //So It would be handy if the spray could fit in a womens purse, evaporated fast and had a very short sterilisation time// Spray it with perfume and chuck a lighted match at it before the alcohol all evaporates.
Sorted.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jul 03 2006
  

       //a lighted match at it before the alcohol all evaporates//   

       Contrary to common belief it is not the flame that does the sterilizing but rather the alchol. The flame is used to quickly eliminate the alcohol for immediate reuse of the item(ie forceps for plating in Microbiology). Air drying works just as well.   

       Heat can be used independently for sterilization.
jhomrighaus, Jul 03 2006
  

       Death to all disinfecters.
squeak, Jul 04 2006
  
      
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