Frequently Asked Questions

Did You Know?

The germiest place on an airplane is the aisle headrest. Headrests can carry bacteria, E.coli and has the highest aerobic count. Think about it, people use the headrest to balance themselves when they are returning from the bathroom. Enough said.

The second dirtiest part on an airplane is the seat back pocket. They are cleared of rubbish but rarely cleaned. Flight attendants have found dirty tissues, used sick bags, gum, socks and even dirty diapers in there.

We actually made our first Seat Sacky prototype 2 years ago - way before covid started. Now we all need a Seat Sacky more than ever!

Most airlines do a thorough cleaning in their planes overnight. That means the last flight of the day is most probably the dirtiest. Book early flights!

It is most important to treat an airplane or travel seat like any public seat. Practice good hygiene habits to help limit your exposure to germs. After all, you have been covering your face, now is the best time to cover your seat with Seat Sacky.

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