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(NBC) Whether you call it the loo, the porcelain god or the can, public restrooms toilets make many worry about the germs. But now some around the Valley are keeping up with the automatic technology. Valley News Teams Kristi Larson went into one ladies room where it's now more sanitary to go to the bathroom.

In a bathroom there are plenty of ways to avoid touching where germs may be with automatic soap, sinks or paper towels. But now it's become easier to avoid them when your in the stall as well.

Brill Hygienic Products are installing toilets in the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen, MN. These toilets only need a wave of the hand for a clean sheet of plastic to put itself on the seat. A product that will later be melted down and recycled.

First time users were amazed with the new automatic seats.

 

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