12 Everyday Objects Filthier Than Toilet
After this post, you will never consider your toilet as the filthiest place in the world because there are other objects around you which are full of bacteria and germs, making them far cruddier than a toilet. Below are some of these day to day objects we daily touch and probably they are the most pronounced causes of your fevers and maladies. [via Cracked]
When you flush, the germs lurch upwards up to 6 feet and straggle around in the air for 2 hours. The tooth brushes have soaking surface which absorbs these germs.
A keyboard contains 200 times more bacteria than your toilet.
Humans shed 1.5 million skin cells full of bacteria every hour and household carpets are the first materials to absorb these germs, making them 4000 times more filthier than a toilet.
Cell Phones have 10 times more bacteria than your toilet seats.
There are more than 100,000 dust mites in your pillow, making them a lot more filthier than your toilet.
A study conducted in US proved that 70% of the ice served in public restaurants has more bacteria than toilet water.
200,000 bacteria reside on each cash note we deal with daily.
There are 217 bacteria per square inch on a normal house hold switch.
Restaurant Menus have 100 times more bacteria than a normal restroom toilet seat.
An average office desk contains 400 times more bacterial germs than toilet.
Pet Food Bowl
Pet food bowls contain 2,110 bacteria per square inch.
The shower heads are the perfect breeding places for the bacteria and all kinds of germs.
So basically everything!