Anywhere that you see, be it shopping centers, airports, or other public places, the toilet doors have open spaces at the top and the bottom. Have you ever wondered why the doors are not covered all the way up and down? You might be reluctant to enter these stalls due to the fact that someone might see you going about your business. What if your body parts are visible from the outside? Of course, there are many reasons why toilet doors are not fully enclosed. Let’s get into more details:

#1. You Don’t Get Locked


The problem with fully enclosed toilet doors was the fear of getting locked or trapped inside. With both ends open, you always have your way out. Claustrophobic people also feel comfortable in public restrooms because of the open spaces at the top and the bottom.

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