The Importance of a Clean Kitchen
Did you know the average kitchen holds over 3 billion types of bacteria? The average kitchen hosts the most germs of any room in the home.
Bacteria colonies exceeding a population of 50 million can live on a single dirty sponge! However, this can be dealt with easily; after each use, simply soak the sponge for about a minute in a solution of BLEACH and water.
- Always use ANTIBACTERIAL SOAPS, as regular soaps won’t kill germs.
- Always ensure your hands are clean.
One item which is a favourite spot for many bacteria and germs is the chopping board. After each use clean with soap and water, then BLEACH – it is important to do this after each food group (e.g. meat, fish and vegetable) is cut on the board, as each contains different bacteria and germs on them; not doing so can also cause cross-contamination.
It is scary to think how dirty a kitchen can be, but, with a new regime, when it comes to using the kitchen you can easily control the amount of germs and bacteria which are present in the room.
– DEFENCE SANITISING TABLETS
– BACTERICIDAL CLEANER
– EXTRACLOR FRAGRANCED THICKENED BLEACH