If someone asks you what is the dirtiest place in your home, the toilet is probably the first place you will answer. Wrong answer. There is another room in the house that turns out to be saturated with many more germs, bacteria, microorganisms and fungi than the toilet. This is the kitchen.
The kitchen counters, the sink, the spaces around the garbage can and the refrigerator are breeding grounds for various pathogens, some of which are dangerously disease-causing.
The rags that you use to wipe around the sink and then the dining table, food preparation counters and faucets for example are some of the biggest breeding grounds for bacteria. No matter how often you change them, they stay that way.
According to a study by the American Sanitation Foundation, 86% of kitchen rags contain fungi, mold, Escherichia coli and staphylococci, writes rd.com.
Your rag may be the source of all your problems that have remained undetected until now.
Fortunately, there is a trick that will help you increase kitchen hygiene and reduce the risk of dangerous germs and infections.
This is boiling the rags for wiping.
If you use cloth rags, you must, in addition to washing them with antibacterial soap regularly, also boil them in boiling water with bicarbonate of soda added to it. Let the rags soak for at least 15 minutes.
Do this as often as possible to increase the he alth status of your home. It's easier than spending money on new scanners every week. It's also safe.
It is only important to use a vessel that you do not include in your cooking routine. May it be intended only for this purpose.