Nothing feels better than stepping into a fresh, clean home.
The beds are made, sofa is dusted, floors mopped and toilets scrubbed spotless. Yet, are we absolutely sure we got rid of every last grime for the day?
There’s a surprising number of the dirtiest places in the house that we don’t know about and they aren’t exactly where you’d expect them to be, such as toilet bowls and trash cans. NSF International – a global public health and safety organization – and their microbiologists got down and dirty; and the results of their studies will astound you.
What ranks as the "germiest" place is, ironically, not the bathroom, but the kitchen.
It is alarming how we are unknowingly making ourselves and others sick by not paying proper attention to kitchen hygiene. To help you protect the health of everyone in the home, we have listed the hotspots you should be looking out for.