Sometimes, it can seem like no matter how much you clean, there are still places within your home that are dirty. Unfortunately, this is true.
There are many places, we often overlook when we clean our homes, which are some of the dirtiest spots in our homes.
According to an article written by Healthline , they said, “A 2016 study of the most contaminated objects in the home also found over 340 different bacteria on 30 different objects.
Not all bacteria are harmful, but some can be found throughout your home and make you sick.
Those are the following: staph, yeast and mold, salmonella, E. coli, and fecal matter.”
This study shows how important it is to keep your home clean, which is why we’re going to be sharing the top 6 dirtiest places within your home.
1. Dish Sponges
The very thing that is supposed to be cleaning your dishes is holding onto bacteria, mold, and yeast.
These are also known as being the dirtiest place within your home, so it’s important to replace them often.
2. Toothbrush Holders
You might not think about washing your toothbrush holder, but it’s 100% recommended.
The reason being that it’s often it’s located out in the open within the bathroom, so every time the toilet gets flushed, your toothbrush and holder most likely are getting sprayed with aerosols containing fecal matter and more.
3. Pet Bowls
Do you have pets? If so, you might want to think about cleaning them more often because just like your dishes, they need to be cleaned regularly to keep bacteria, mold, and yeast away.
If you’re wondering how to keep them clean, make sure that you are washing them at least once a week.
4. Faucet Handles
To wash our hands after going to the restroom, or handling raw meats, we have to touch the faucet handles first, which causes contamination.
Which is why you should be regularly disinfecting them.
5. Coffee Makers
You might not be aware, but you should also be cleaning your coffee maker at least once a month, depending on what your manual recommends.
A cleaning method is taking vinegar and running it through one cycle and then running multiple cycles of water until the vinegar smell is gone.
6. Kitchen Counters
Kitchen counters have different things put on them throughout the day.
Whether that’s food, mail, or even your bags, this is a high-traffic area and that can cause your counters to become dirty.
That’s why it’s important to clean them throughout the day, or at least before and after you prepare food.
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