The Top 5 Places Bacteria Is Hiding In Your Home

Bacteria exist everywhere and while most of it is helpful to the human body, some bacteria can cause you, and those you love, to become ill. That’s why we encourage regularly cleaning your home, but if you’re strapped for time and need to quickly cover some bacteria hot spots, we’ve compiled a list of places around your home not to miss.

So grab your Zoflora and a cloth – we’ve got some disinfecting to do!

Mobile Phone

When was the last time you cleaned your mobile phone? The average mobile phone has more germs living on it than a toilet seat and yet, the majority of us forget about this little germ hot spot we carry around with us every day.

Spray diluted Zoflora onto a cloth and use to gently wipe around your mobile phone, killing 99.9% of bacteria and viruses.

Kitchen Sponges

Your kitchen sponges and cloths sit in the sink, soaking up the bacteria and viruses from dirty dishes and leftover food, so the last thing you want to do is use them to clean the rest of your kitchen with.

Dilute Zoflora in water in the sink, and leave your sponges to soak. Do this at the end each day and wake up to a fresh kitchen and hygienic sponges for the next day’s use.

Door Handles

Door handles are the fastest way for bacteria and viruses to spread. With everyone’s hands regularly touching door handle, they can easily facilitate the passing of illness from one person to another.

Spray diluted Zoflora directly onto door handles and wipe over with a cloth.

Vegetable Drawers

Rotting fruit and vegetables left at the bottom of your fridge drawers can lead to bacteria build up and odours in your fridge.

Give your fridge a deep clean by removing all the food, wiping the drawers with diluted Zoflora and giving everything a final rinse with clean water.

Pet Toys

Your pet’s favourite rubber toys carry millions of bacteria, and these can transfer to human hands when playing with our furry friends.

Avoid catching these germs by leaving the toys to soak in a bucket of diluted Zoflora. Rinse them thoroughly with clean water and allow to dry completely before returning to your pet.

Posted by Zoflora (01/10/2017)