What are your biggest bathroom pet peeves? From leaving wet towels on the floor to clogging up the shower drain, new research has uncovered the nation's bad bathroom behaviours.
A survey commissioned by Mira Showers found that people in Cardiff and Birmingham are the biggest culprits when it comes to squeezing toothpaste from the middle, while those in Newcastle are most likely to leave the toilet set up.
It might be one of the most-used rooms in the home, but it seems not all of our habits are good ones. Other annoying habits include not flushing the toilet after use, forgetting to replace the toilet roll, and leaving unsightly stains.
'This year has undeniably meant we're spending more time at home than ever with our families, significant others and housemates, so we were keen to understand the impact that's having on the nation,' says Matt Herbert-Sandell, Digital Communications Manager at Mira Showers.
'We found that women have been more frustrated by bad bathroom habits at home (26 per cent), whereas men report they've become more tolerant (30 per cent). Meanwhile, over a quarter of all respondents (27 per cent) said their own bad bathroom habits have improved since lockdown was first introduced.'
Take a look at the bad habits below...chojaGetty Images
As well this, the team also looked at the habits Brits are guilty of themselves. Have you ever done these? Take a look at them below...
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