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Toilets, or restrooms as they are strangely called in at
least one of the colonies, allow you to wash and dry your
hands, but no such service is available for the feet.
Feet driers would enable those who's feet were soaked,
for whatever reason, to dry them off then put on a fresh
socks, the latter being obtained from a coin
operated dispenser. (in three basic sizes)
Dyson Foot Blades would be my suggestion for the actual
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||//three basic sizes// left foot, right foot, and...
||This does not address the issue of having to put clean, dry feet
and socks into footwear that is still wet and/or dirt.
||If it was for the obvious reason, then you'll need
foot sinks, as well as foot driers.
||Is that not what those bowls are for in the cubicles?
||There is indeed at least one foot-washing station in a
bathroom at my school, in a stall that would otherwise
contain a toilet. (At least one in the men's rooms, that isI
assume there's at least one in the women's too. There's also
at least one gender-neutral bathroom on campus now, but I
haven't been in, so I don't know if it has one.)
||// Toilets, or restrooms as they are strangely called in at
least one of the colonies, all allow you to wash and dry your
||I cannot recall ever washing my hands, feet or indeed
anything at all in a toilet. Sounds rather unsanitary.
||......that's what the soap and hot water are for -
||Can feet also be provided, for those who are missing them?