The debate regarding the proper way to hang a roll of tissue paper is one that has been ranging on forever. Everyone seems to have an opinion on whether it goes over or under the spindle. It is one of those non-issues that gets tempers flaring at times. People that are concerned with the nitty-gritty are especially prone to feeling a little angry when they enter a toilet to find the tissue hanged “improperly”.
When you have an event coming up, sanitation does not stop at cleaning a toilet or hiring premium mobile loos like those provided by Ecotact Ltd. Part of the task entails ensuring that there is a constant supply of tissue paper, placed in such a way that is accessible to attendants.
More people, hotels included would rather place the tissue paper over the holder. There are certain benefits to this.
- The first is the convenience that this option offers. Over-the-handle brings the tissue much closer and easy to reach out for.
- Think about this for a second. Which method makes it much easier to unroll the tissue? Yep, it’s definitely over-the-handle.
- Apparently you are likely to use less tissue paper when it’s forward facing. With the increased cost of this precious commodity, it makes more sense to utilize it as properly as possible.
- It’s much more hygienic. Look at it this way, the further the tissue is from the toilet wall, the better. The germs stand little chance.
- For anyone that wants to put that fancy design at the end of the tissue, this can’t be achieved with the under approach.
- Most people love how the paper looks over than under, primarily because the aesthetically pleasing prints are much more visible.
Backward facing has its own advantages.
- It’s much easier to tear tissue with one hand when the tissue is under the handle.
- Since it’s much harder to roll the tissue when it’s under, you don’t have to worry about finding rolls of tissues left behind by a toddler or a pet.