Toilet is considered a stronghold of germs and that's why it's often cleaned as well.
It will be difficult to believe a smartphone, but a smartphone can contain 10 times more germs than a toilet. If the phone is always in your hand, that is, taken everywhere, then the number of bacteria on it can also be more. This is because from the surface your hands touch, germs are transferred to the hands and reach the smartphone.
Computer Keyboard and TV Remote Control
Computer keyboard or TV remote control is used several times a day and the number of germs on them is much higher than on toilets. It is estimated that a computer keyboard can contain up to five times more germs than a toilet.
Ordinary water bottles can contain up to 40,000 times more germs than a toilet. A recent study found that frequent water bottles contain a high concentration of germs. The study found that water bottles contain more than 20 million germs on average, compared to 515 in a toilet.
Kitchen cutting board
The wooden board used to cut fruits, vegetables or other things has a large number of germs. These can also be germs that cause illness, while the risk of contamination from germs in the diet increases.
Kitchen Sponge: The sponge
The sponge , which is helpful in washing dishes in the kitchen, not only contains more germs than the toilet, but it can have the most germs than all household items.
One study found that every square centimeter of kitchen sponges contains 45 billion microbes, including E. coli and other disease-causing bacteria.
The study also showed that cleaning kitchen sponges is also not possible and boiling in water eliminates only 60 percent of germs, so people should change it every week.
Purses and backpacks
your hand purses and backpacks or bags hanging on your shoulder also have more germs than a toilet.
The toothbrush holder
May be changing your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months, but do you remember the last time you cleaned the holder in which the toothbrushes are placed?
It would be hard to believe, but the number of germs in these ordinary-looking holders is many times more than in a toilet.
The moisture and other material in the toothbrush holder is to describe it as a stronghold of germs and there are also quite dangerous bacteria in its bottom.
An estimated 700 times more germs can be present on carpets or carpets than in a toilet.
They can contain 21 times more germs than a toilet, while a kitchen tap can contain 44 times more bacteria than a toilet.
Note: This article is based on details published in medical journals, readers must also consult their physician in this regard.