The cleanest apartment can also have surprises: it is not visible to the naked eye, but in the form of pathogens that are a health hazard. Let's see which are the most critical points and tips for a cleaner, healthier environment!An apartment may not be the dirtiest where you have visibly accumulated dust and grime. Microbiologists say that toothbrushes can colonize more than on the floor, but bacteria can survive either in the dishwashing sponge or in the spleen. Not to mention the tools you use every day, such as the computer keyboard in your home or office, or the graduation board on which you made your main dinner last night. But do you have a justification for the often spreading, sometimes unbelievable, stories of dirty spots in our homes? Could we prevent billions of bacteria from living in the open space?
Our sister page, Women 's Page Health, was asked by the National Bureau of Nursing and Medical Care (BNTSZ) to professionally take a sample of what could be described as a "very ordinary" home. Experts from the National Institute of Environmental Health (OKI) have reviewed dozens of places, cleanliness of equipment, including the kitchen, the living room, and the bathroom. Not only did Anita Saax microbiologist present the results, she also provided a number of helpful tips on how to ensure a completely clean environment for ourselves.
Bathroom, toiletFor the first time in the bathroom, we were wondering if the urban legend holds that the toothbrush contains more bacteria than the toilet brush. Well, this was not confirmed by the sample, the toothbrushes were also clean despite regular use, only a few non-pathogenic bacteria were grown in the sample taken from them. Our specialist pointed out that the situation might be quite different if the bathroom and the toilet were in the same space as the one we examined. During this rinse, tiny droplets of water from the toilet bowl can be released into the air and the bacteria found in them can settle easily on most surfaces, including the toothbrush. Of course, with all due care, regular bathroom disinfection should not be a problem. On the toilet floor and around the shower curtain, however, there are usually plenty of infections, including the narrowest of the two Escherichia coli and Enterococcus faecalis. Although our samples could not be selected from these samples, this does not mean that they would not be there at most.
Defenses against them can only be done with thorough cleaning, which should not leave out the most hidden corners. Our specialist also said other useful tips: it is worth storing the toilet brush in frequently disinfected water, and the shower curtain is often removed with a bath detergent (or you can also put the laundry in).
Last but not least, it also draws attention to water. The water deposited on the taps, especially on their perlator (metallic aquifers), is not only an aesthetic problem but also an ideal place for bacteria. Therefore, make sure that these parts also shine from the purity!
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