9. Gas Pump Handles
Gas pump handles are teaming with loads of bacteria and viruses because no one takes the time to clean them. Make sure to keep hand sanitizer in your car and cover the handle before you pump.
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8. Kitchen Sponges
Your kitchen sponge is about 200,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat. There are reportedly about 10 million bacteria per square inch on a kitchen sponge and a million per square inch on a dishcloth. To kill germs, microwave your kitchen sponge for one minute.
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Paper money can carry more germs than a household toilet. They provide hospitable environments for gross microbes. Viruses and bacteria can live on most surfaces for about 48 hours and paper money can transport a flu virus for up to 17 days. After handling money, we recommend washing your hands or using hand sanitizer.
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6. Lemon and Lime Wedges
A 2007 study found that nearly 70% of restaurant lemon wedges are covered in up to 25 different types of germs, including fecal matter, E. Coli and contamination from raw meat. Here is some good news – you don’t have to use any lemons or limes that they give you.
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5. Door Handles
Door handles are home to a number of harmful germs and bacteria, including E.coli, Staphylococcus, Aureas, plus fungal and viral infections. Even washing your hands regularly isn’t enough to stop this type of germ breeding from occurring. Using hand antiseptic wipes to touch door handles that are hotspots for harmful bacteria is one way to avoid these harmful germs and bacteria.
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