Cleanliness of toilets lies with users

The cleanliness of our public toilets rests in the hands of the users themselves ("Right way to keep public toilets clean" by Mr Emerson Hee of the Restroom Association (Singapore); Dec 5).

If all of us treat our public toilets like our own, then there won't be a problem. Take the design of urinals - no perfect design can work if users refuse to use them properly. Let's not give cleaners a hard time.

Travellers who have been to Japan say that the Japanese have the cleanest toilets in the world.

I hope that one day, we, too, can lay claim to that title.

Anthony Lim Hong Ghee