Toilet Tattoos, removable appliqués for toilet lids, are made in the USA from electrostatic vinyl film and require no adhesive. “They are a hygienic alternative to the rugs typically used to decorate toilets,” says Celeste Massullo, owner of Lena Fioré, Inc., the company that produces the product. “They can be cleaned with a disinfectant spray and they don’t harbor as many germs as rug materials do.” To apply a reusable Toilet Tattoo decal, the consumer peels the appliqué from its backing, places it on the toilet lid and smooths it down with a hand or towel. An elongated seat tattoo, which measures 12 by 15 inches, and a round tattoo, measuring 12 by 13.5 inches, are available.
Several design collections are available, including artist canvas, classic, holiday, seasonal and whimsical themes. The whimsical line offers, for example, the diva princess, floating frogs, ladybug and The Big Bowl, which pictures a football, while the artist canvas line showcases deer, fish, bears, birds, lily pads and more. “The pictorial ones are some of our best sellers,” Massullo points out. Toilet training tattoos are also popular among families with young children. Custom monogram and picture decals can also be created. Toilet Tattoos wholesale for $3.95 each, and suggested retail is $9.99. The minimum opening order is 36 pieces.
Sales of Toilet Tattoos are growing at a rapid pace, Massullo shares. “This was our year, and we’ve sold more than three million pieces in the last 12 months.” The Steve Harvey Show, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post are just a few of the media outlets that recently aimed their spotlights on Toilet Tattoos, ensuring consumer awareness as well as product sales.
For more information:
Lena Fioré, Inc.
P.O. Box 135
Twinsburg, OH 44087-0135