1. A public toilet survival kit, because you're not alone in hating public restrooms. So many other people hate them too, that's why they have an actual kit for it.
2. A toilet seat handle, just in case you're in a situation where you need to lift or lower a public restroom's seat, this baby will tackle the germs for you.
3. Emergency underwear. While it's marketed as a gag gift, it can be really helpful for any accidents induced by a fear of public restrooms.
4. A bottle of Poo-Pourri if leaving behind a not-so-nice stench is something you find nerve-wracking.
5. Or a bottle of unicorn gold spray, because choices are important, and this is hella on-brand for the unicorn trend sweeping the nation.
6. Lysol to-go, for those who just need to disinfect the public restroom when it's their last resort.
7. Dude Wipes. Public restroom toilet paper is thin, flaky, and awful, so bring some aloe and vitamin E infused wipes for a better experience.
8. A Go Girl, basically a way for all the fine and fierce females out there to pee while standing, AKA no risk of yucky stuff touching you.
9. A portable bidet. If bidets are your thing, now you never have to be without one in public.
10. Travel-size hand sanitizer, because no matter how long or hard you wash your hands, there's no such as being too clean after using a public bathroom.
11. And if you're one of those people who agrees that you can never be too sure about your cleanliness, these hand-sanitizing wipes are easy to carry around and provide for an extra layer of clean.
12. Disposable toilet seat covers, let's be real, going into the stall and finding out there's no more covers is basically the equivalent of the heavens telling you to just not go to the bathroom. So, bring your own!
13. A bottle of odor-elimination drops helps get rid of any nasty smells that were in the stall you chose, or ones you may leave behind on your own.
14. Subtle Butt (lol, sorry), but for real, for those who hate having to resort to finding a gross public bathroom to get gas out of their system, this stuff lets you comfortably pass it in public, without worry of leaving behind a smell.
15. A period starter kit meant for those getting their very first visit from Aunt Flo, but can also be super great to keep on-hand in emergency moments when the public restroom is out of pads and tampons.
16. And a toilet sound blocker — usually half the battle with public restrooms is actually feeling comfortable enough to go with others in the room. With this contraption, there's no need to worry about others hearing you.
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