You wash your hand after you use the restroom, or handling raw meat, or riding the subway. That’s a great start. However, our immediate surroundings harbor more bacteria than we like to imagine – and not just the usual suspects. The fact is, germs are all around us – it’s their world, we’re just living in it. Often they’re harmless, but not always, and it’s a good idea to avoid taking any unnecessary risks.
It all starts with awareness – knowing which items, areas and surfaces are likely to harbor unwanted bacteria. From there we can take measures to disinfect those spaces and prevent potentially disease-causing germs from invading our bodies. Read on to learn which everyday items tend to be the most infested. The results may be surprising.
Shortly after a much anticipated and deserved retirement, John N. was dismayed to learn that he would undergo triple bypass heart surgery. His wife, Bonnie, would be his caretaker at home after the open heart surgery, however, a cause of concern was her ongoing struggle with a Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection, which could complicate John’s recovery.
When Wonder Makers Environmental, Inc. and Regency DRT learned of their circumstances, they joined forces to disinfect John and Bonnie’s home. Regency DRT sanitized the home utilizing SteraMistTM by TOMI and Wonder Makers Environmental conducted testing to confirm that the sanitation was effective.