Researchers found things even dirtier than our phones and toilets seats that we use every day

Researchers found things even dirtier than our phones and toilets seats that we use every day

Researchers found things even dirtier than our phones and toilets seats that we use every day

What is the dirtiest place you can think of that you interact with regularly? Gas station pump, your phone, keyboard, toilet seat? A new study revealed that there’s one place in particular just crawling with bacteria and we probably touch it every single day.

Sadly, the office break room is no longer sacred. It’s actually pretty disgusting.

As opposed to the average bacterial reading for a toilet seat, which was 220, researchers found an average 3,785 germs in an office break room area. Bet you’re really regretting that 10am brew right now aren’t you?

Where you make your coffee and tea, the kettle handles (2,483), used mug rims (1,746) and the handles of fridge doors (1,592).

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