10 Things You Use Daily That Are Dirtier Than Your Toilet

Contrary to popular belief, your toilet is not the dirtiest thing you are exposed to during the day. There are countless things that we use on a daily basis which are much dirtier; things that we are very close to and would never have believed contain more bacteria than your toilet-seat…

1. Chopping boards

These actually have a lot more faeces (waste material) smeared on them than your toilet does. Raw meat carries a variety of fecal bacteria…


2. Cell Phone

Your cell phone can have 10 times more bacteria than your toilet seat… and it’s touching your face all day !

Senior Airman Daniel Burkhardt and Staff Sgt. Christopher Bevins, both Air Force broadcast journalists currently supporting Joint Task Force – National Capital Region, a task force of Department of Defense military and civilian personnel stood up in support of the 57th Presidential Inauguration, put the finishing touches on a cellphone application Jan. 14 that they designed from the ground up to provide real time information on the historic event. Burkhardt and Bevins have come from 11th Wing Public Affairs on their home station, Joint Base Andrews, Md. Their app, called “Inauguration,” was released by Apple Inc. Jan. 14 and is currently available through the corporation’s App Store. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Christopher M. Gaylord, 5th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment)

3. Carpets

Have about 200,000 bacteria per square-inch.


4. Refrigerator

Most fridges in households test positive for e-coli bacteria.


5. Your Pillow

Dead skins cells, dust mites, fungal spores, pollen, and other body secretions are all percent when you put your head down on your pillow ever night.


6. Money

You might love it but it’s literally dirty money, your money can have over 200 different peoples faecal bacteria on it.


7. Kitchen Sponges

Present on this common household item are 10 million bacteria per square inch. Your kitchen sponge is nearly a quarter of a million times dirtier than your toilet seat…


8. Shower Water

You would believe that water we use to clean ourselves would be clean. WRONG the damp innards of your shower head breeds bacteria.


9. Tooth Brush

When you flush, germs can travel up to 6 feet and linger for up to 2 hours. Most of them end up on your toothbrushes.


10. TV remote control

 In most households and many hotel rooms this is the most disgusting thing you can handle. It possesses the most bacteria and fecal matter on any item inside the house…


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