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5 Germy Things in Your Life

Updated: Apr 22


Knowing how to clean a remote control is key


Smartphones

You’d be surprised by how many germs lurk on the surface of your phone.


Our smart phones go about everywhere with us, even into the bathroom. On top of that, people touch their phone on average 2,617 times a day!


Wash your hands often to help keep your phone clean, regularly clean your phone and use a germ protectant. This all-in-one phone protection kit has everything you need to prevent harmful microbes from living on the surface of your phone for up to 90 days per treatment.


Dish sponges

Kitchen sponges are crawling with germs and begin to smell foul within a few days use.


That awful smell comes from the 10 million bacteria per square inch found in the typical sponge, making the kitchen sponge the dirtiest thing in the typical home.


And you use that filthy sponge to “clean” things in your kitchen but really you are just spreading germs from surface to surface.


Replace your traditional sponges with the NoStench™ Sponge. This amazing sponge prevents odor causing bacteria from living on / in the sponge for 90 days without using poisons!


Toothbrush holder

Toothbrush holders are arguably one of the dirtiest things in your bathroom.


Germs from your mouth build up on your toothbrush and transfer to your toothbrush holder.


Wash it often in your dishwasher using the sanitizing cycle.


Purse

Your purse follows you everywhere. It gets set on all kinds of surfaces and is constantly being touched yet we often forget to clean it properly.


Follow the cleaning instructions on the tag of your purse to keep it clean.


Remote control

The TV remote is something that gets touched by everyone in your house.


Clean it often by wiping it down with a damp, soapy cloth.

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