The Scary Truth About the Dirtiest Surfaces You Touch Every Day

August 14, 2014 | By

Many of the items you touch on a daily basis contain thousands of germs. For example, a dollar bill contains 135,000 types of bacteria and any of the light switches in your home contain 217 types of bacteria per square inch. What is interesting is that there are some items we would think are worse than others, but perception versus reality varies widely. For example, most people think that the bathroom is the dirtiest room in the house, when it fact, it is actually the kitchen.

Learn the scary truth about the dirtiest surfaces you touch every day in this infographic from Dustbox Cleaning Services.

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The Scary Truth About the Dirtiest Surfaces You Touch Every Day

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