Small sticker with a bee to stick in the toilet as a 'target'. At the end of the 19th century these bees were put under the glaze of a toilet to prevent gentlemen from spaying the walls and their expensive shoes. 'Apis' means bee in Latin so a scholar would enjoy the joke.
The sticker has to be put a bit off centre on a dry spot.
Contains two stickers.
This product will be sent free of charge. When you check out please indicate you will pick your order up in the shop. No delivery costs will be charged and we will send the bees by mail.