NightGlow toilet seats will glow for more than eight hours and can use sunlight, incandescent light bulbs, florescent lights and black lights to charge. (Courtesy NightGlow)
Perhaps a useful invention, perhaps a useless invention, the NightGlow toilet seat is an updated version of an earlier glow-in-the-dark toilet seat.
Yes, it’s new and improved. But will it expose those troublesome urinary mishaps from males which sometimes are let loose upon the venerated toilet seat; the wet pee spot(s).
What if the pee drys before anyone notices and wipes them off the NightGlow? Will the dry pee shine in the dark as well?
It is questions like that which keep me awake at night.
You may read the CBCNews article here.