So you wash your hands every time you use the bathroom, lysol your room and door knobs, etc. which must mean you’re clean, and your house is clean right? Clean-looking yes, but not germ-free. There are several items in your home that harbor some serious germs worse than your toilet, but since they don't seem particularly gross, you might not think of “cleaning” or better - sterilizing them. The top dirtiest things at home in terms of Millions of Bacterial colony per square inch are: 1. Toothbrush (can house Salmonella and E-Coli) 2. Cellphone 3. Remote Control 4. Computer/Laptop Keyboard 5. Toilet 6. Kitchen Sponge. 7. Bath Mat 8. Kitchen Sink.
You can check published medical journals by NHI and other institutions to verify this. Anyway, I cant say this enough so glad @uv_care and @uvcareserviceph are in PH and able to provide excellent products that wont break the bank. I particularly love the Deluxe Germ Exterminator and bring this with us wherever we go (we have 5 units left at www.theprojectmommyger.com) - you can also get them from @theparentingemporium - One Stop Shop for all your parenting needs! I did the weekly round of sterilization earlier because Kara said this after touching my Macbook “sticky...eeewwwww.” Nahiya naman ako sa anak kong may pagka-OC. haha. Anyway, protect your families and use a safe, chemical-free method to sterilize the objects I mentioned. Dont Risk it, UV Care it! (P.S. it smells like sunshine in our house after we sterilize 🌞🌞🌞)