Boeing’s Self-Cleaning Bathroom Obliterates Germs In Between Users

Boeing’s Self-Cleaning Bathroom Obliterates Germs In Between Users
Hotels, Hospitality & Travel

Laboratory equipped with UV rays and hands-free features redefines sky-high cleanliness

Azalea Pena
  • 8 march 2016

Boeing has had enough of germ nightmares in their planes’ facilities, which is what pushed the airline to make a self-cleaning bathroom prototype—a bathroom with UV rays installed to exterminate and nuke any disgusting germs that inhabit it.

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