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RobertL0 wrote:

Hepatitis and liver disorders spread through touching dirty handles, to start..

If you door handles are soiled enough that human pathogens can be transmitted by touching them, you have other problems than just hepatitis spreading!

I made my living in the infection control field, and it is a fact of microbiology that bacteria can survive only a very short time on visually clean metal surfaces. The effluents of the bacteria create in combination with the metal an environment that kills the pathogens. It would be very difficult to pick up enough hepatitis organism from a soil free metal door handle to make you sick!

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You can tell you are getting old when having a "dump" is the all day conversation.

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driveby wrote:

yup we're not fans of split baths. In fact i've seen a few "retirement" coaches I'd be interested in but the split bath kills it for us. Of course I'm not in the market for that coach for 10 years or so ...


We have a bath and a half floor plan and have a sink and vanity in both bathrooms. The larger master bath has more cabinets storage but the half bath has a large vanity cabinet with sink and medicine cabinet in each bath. We really dislike the single bath layout where the shower is on one side of the aisle and the sink and toilet is on the opposite side. I like a layout just like home, everything located in one room.

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You can tell you are getting old when having a "dump" is the all day conversation.

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Sure must havve been a lot of sickk folks in the old days when all you had was an outhouse and no running water.

Oh I guess them Sears Catolouges they used we're sterile.

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I hate to tell all you germ phob's, but go look in your public school kitchen restroom for the staff, the sink is outside of the toilet room on a good many kitchens. I know, I see them in the districts I travel to. Have not had any sicknesses known to be caused from it either.


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I understand perfectly, having two bathroom sinks (mine in the toilet area and hers next to the shower) was on our must have list.

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I am thinking rubber gloves or hazmat suits.

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I agree with the desire for a sink in the bathroom, but not from a sanitary standpoint. I hate that the person getting ready in the morning, standing at the sink is blocking the hallway in the middle of the unit. My wishlist for my next unit definately includes a sink and toilet in a sperate, enclosed space.


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Some of the new MH have the sinks separate they consider the shower and the toilet and the sink all in one area the hole bathroom once you close the door from the living room.


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