Filthiest Surfaces

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Filthiest Surfaces, A new study by Kimberly-Clark Professional is suggesting that the routine of the morning may be a likely reason behind a disease. He tested hundreds of articles and things found most touching germs on your way to work.

Most people like Black Rocque think your morning routine is pretty normal and boring.

“Not really memorable. I get up, get ready,” says Black.

But that routine may make you sick. A new study finds the dirtiest things a person affects the way you work.

The number one on the list of the dirtiest things play on his way to work, this is a handle of the gas pump. Have large amounts of something called adenosine triphosphate. When it comes into contact with many of them, which increases your chances of contracting the disease.

Microbiologist, Charlene Wolf-Hall, says, “It’s very busy areas where they were tested for what is lost and lost in the hands of play.”

Another thing that tops the list of some of the grossest things you touch in your morning routine is the vending machine. What makes matters worse is to eat it.

Some other germ-infested surfaces ATM cross walk buttons, handles mailbox and parking meters.

“The working day characters are not cleaned as often as often surfaces in the bathroom do,” says Wolf-Hall.

“I guess there’s something worse, like a toilet seat. This is very serious,” says Black.

Once you finally made it to his desk during the working day may not be a bad idea to clean your hands. Thus, with the flu season on the road, you and your colleagues have a better chance of reaching their daily work.

This study was part of something called the Healthy Workplace Project which aims to limit the spread of germs. You can check out the details in

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