The TTC should replace those red fabric seats on its buses and subway trains

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TTC red fabric seat grime and dirt stain
TTC red fabric seat grime and dirt stain

Are you tired of sitting on those icky, germy red fabric seats on the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC)? Well, we believe it’s time to ditch those dirty fabrics and upgrade to a cleaner, more hygienic option: plastic or metal!

Imagine all the grime and germs that have accumulated on those red fabric seats over the years. It’s enough to make your skin crawl! But with plastic or metal seats, germs don’t stand a chance. These materials can be easily disinfected and wiped down, ensuring a clean seat for every passenger. Plus, they don’t hold on to odors like fabric seats can.

And let’s talk about maintenance. Red fabric seats require regular washing and dry cleaning, which can be both time-consuming and costly for the TTC. But with plastic or metal seats, all you need is a quick wipe down and voila! A sparkling clean seat. Plus, these materials are more durable and resistant to wear and tear, so you won’t have to worry about holes or tears in your seat.

But it’s not just about hygiene and maintenance, plastic or metal seats also have an environmental benefit. These materials are more eco-friendly compared to fabric seats, as they are more durable and long-lasting and don’t require the same level of maintenance and replacement.

And let’s not forget the aesthetic aspect. Plastic or metal seats give the TTC a sleek and modern look, while red fabric seats can look worn and outdated. Plus, these materials come in a variety of colors and designs, so the TTC can easily change up the look of its vehicles.

So, let’s say goodbye to those germy red fabric seats and upgrade to the cleaner, more hygienic, and eco-friendly option of plastic or metal. Your bottom (and nose) will thank you. Plus, it will give the vehicles a modern and updated look.