How hard would it really be to have automatic-lift/lower toilet seats in the menâ€™s room. You know places like local grocery chains or gas stations arenâ€™t going to be the first ones to run a trial on this, but what about semi-private businesses? Iâ€™m thinking the Healthcare Mall that I work at as one example. There are bathrooms that the public canâ€™t access, but have multiple stalls. This would be a great place to trial my idea. There should be enough of these semi-private bathrooms in the US so that an Automated Lids, Inc. company could start up and get a foot in the manufacturing world door. Then, once the sales start coming in from the semi-private sector, the business would hone their processes, theyâ€™d get better at what they do, prices would fall like year-old electronics and the more public businesses could afford the useful invention. More sales bring in better profit and the new AL, Inc. finds itself a full-time reputable business. They can even go public with their stock, or anything else that companies like to do. It would be great, donâ€™t you think.
And, bottom line, weâ€™d never have to lay hands on another toilet seat.