Saturday, December 1, 2012

What's In A Kitchen?

Food, people and pets are the primary germ carriers in your kitchen. Once the germs access it, they can go anywhere. Here are a few important facts about the unseen enemy in your kitchen that you should be aware about:

Kitchen Sink

Many people believe that the toilet is the dirtiest part of the home.  The truth is, your kitchen sink normally have 100,000 times more germs compared to your bathroom or your lavatory.

Kitchen Sponge

A used sponge in the kitchen can have thousands of bacteria in every square inch, like salmonella and E. coli. Its moist micro-crevices serve as a trap for microorganisms and are very hard to disinfect. Make sure to replace it on a regular basis.

Cutting Board

A chopping board contains about 200% more fecal bacteria than your toilet seat. Health experts suggest using separate cutting boards for fish, poultry, red meat and vegetables.

One effective way of protecting your family from these opportunistic germs is to have a dependable storage for all your kitchen stuff. Go to and choose the best storage cabinets for your kitchen!

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