Toilets, toilet seats, and toilet lids are a huge global market. Wherever you find people, you will find toilets. Homes, businesses, workplaces, schools, barracks, dorms, public events, RV's, boats, etc. You have a captivated audience while people are using the toilet. Toilet lids and toilet seats are undervalued advertising space and opportunity. It's something everyone can relate to. Entertaining, reliable, self-contained, disposable. Programmed with any sounds- football team songs, music, instructions, commercial, sound effects, and visual effects with infinite options for labeling, shapes, and LED lights. Low cost to manufacture with high profit margin.
A new and innovative advertising platform for advertising your products.
Huge captivated audience- EVERYONE EVERYWHERE uses the throne
Tinkle Tunes- melody
Tinkle Talks- recordable
Tinkle Twinkles- blinking
Another market for the Wee Winkle Tinkle™ tinkle talk and tinkle tunes is to encourage and remind employees and others to remember to zip up and wash their hands? Improves bathroom hygiene in more ways than one!
Oct 15, 2009 7:30 PM
Subject: Gross! Most men don't wash after the toilet
Gross! Most men don't wash after the toilet
British study finds people more likely to soap up if they're being watched
'Fess up — do you wash with soap?
Researchers in England find only a third of men washed their hands with soap and water after using the toilet in public bathrooms.
LONDON - People are more likely to wash their hands properly after using the toilet if they are shamed into it or think they are being watched, scientists said on Thursday.
Hand-washing is the cheapest way of controlling disease but less than one-third of men and two-thirds of women wash their hands with soap after going to the toilet, a British study by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine showed.
But when prompted by an electronic message flashing up on a board asking: "Is the person next to you washing with soap?," around 12 percent more men and 11 percent more women used soap.
Health authorities around the world are stepping up efforts to persuade people to be more hygienic and wash their hands properly to help slow the spread of H1N1 swine flu, which was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in June.
"Hand-washing with soap has been ranked the most cost-effective intervention for the worldwide control of disease," the study's authors wrote.
"It could save more than a million lives a year from diarrheal diseases, and prevent respiratory infections — the biggest causes of child mortality in developing countries."
In developed nations, Hand-washing can help prevent the spread of viral infections like flu and sickness and diarrhea bugs like norovirus and rotavirus, as well as hospital-acquired infections like MRSA and C-difficile, the authors said.
‘Soap it off or eat it later’
The researchers studied the behavior of a quarter of a million people using toilets at motorway service stations in Britain over 32 days. Use of soap was monitored by sensors.
The researchers then flashed a series of electronic messages, ranging from "Water doesn't kill germs, soap does" to "Don't be a dirty soap dodger," onto screens at the entrance of the toilets and measured how behavior changed.
The message that produced the strongest positive response was: "Is the person next to you washing with soap?" — showing that people respond more when they think others were watching.
The researchers also noted "intriguing differences" in the behavior of men and women: While women responded to simple reminders, men tended to react best to messages that invoked disgust, such as "Don't take the loo with you — wash with soap," or "Soap it off or eat it later."
Copyright 2009 Reuters
What we do
Women of the world need not fall in the toilet bowl again because the toilet seat has been left up! And while we're at it, let's make potty training fun and easy!
Our mission is to produce and sell a Wee Winkle Tinkle™ electronic toilet lid position signal to each throne room in the United States (and world) that has a toilet seat. And raise a bunch of money for kids.
We're dedicated to accomplishing our goal through offering you quality products, service, and customer support.
Our business history
Unum Design Works was established in 1983. Our business has been in the toilet ever since we began development of the Wee Winkle Tinkle™ toilet lid position signal! Unum Design Works owns the patent, and all rights including copyrights, trademarks, and licensing rights of the Wee Winkle Tinkle™ electronic toilet lid position signal.
Ana Unum, also known as Her Royal Highness, Queen Latrine; and Her Royal Princess of Porcelain, is the inventor, and patent owner of the Wee Winkle Tinkle™ toilet lid position signal. Following many years of research and development, Unum Design Works was flushed with success when the patent was received.
Ana Unum developed her persona as Her Royal Highness, Queen Latrine in making bathroom time safe and fun while voluteering on staff at Royal Family Kids Camp, a camp for abused and neglected children in state protective custody.
Unum's background is in business management and development. You can learn more about Ana Unum at http://www.anaunum.com
What makes us unique
"It's great for potty training little kids, and big kids too," says Queen Latrine. "The Wee Winkle Tinkle™ toilet lid position signal is an inexpensive, entertaining, reliable, and convenient way to let others know that the toilet seat or lid has been left up. There's nothing else like it!"T
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