Queen’s Cleaning Quiz

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Take the Queen of Clean's quiz so that you can find out where you stand on the cleaning chart!

Say No To Stinky Towels

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Do your bath towels smell musty? Bad news: that sour odor you smell when drying off from your shower is caused by microbes in your towels. Every time you use a towel, you transfer bacteria, viruses and dead skin cells (which are food for microbes) from your skin onto the towel. Next time you use it, that stinky towel transfers those germs back onto your skin.

Keep your Showerhead Clean To Get You Clean

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Did you know that something nearly as creepy as Psycho’s Norman Bates may be lurking in your shower? There may be a spray of bacteria riding along with the steamy water from your showerhead.

Stop Breeding Bacteria In Your Microwave

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When you think about the dirtiest places in your home or office, is the microwave on your list? It should be. Bacteria can be left behind in spills or splatter from food, and a variety of microorganisms may be found on the outside surfaces that are touched over and over again.

The Most Germy Places In Your Kitchen

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Is your kitchen making you sick? Maybe so, if you’re like the average household: According to independent public health organization NSF International, the kitchen is the most bacteria-laden room in the house. More than 75% of households in NSF’s study harbored coliform bacteria – which includes Salmonella and Escherchia coli and reflects potential fecal contamination – on kitchen items including 75% of sponges, 45% of sinks, 32% of countertops and 18% of cutting boards tested.

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