Live bacteria are everywhere in our
life . Sometimes it's clean, but it hides a lot of bacteria. This make us pay attention to the bacteria problem. So where is most likely to be infected with bacteria? The answer is kitchen faucets and sinks.
It is reported that there are more than 500,000 bacteria in kitchen sinks, which is 1,000 times the average number of bacteria in the bathroom. This is because the sink is wet and often contains garbage. If it cannot be cleaned in time, the germs will grow in hidden gaps. This means that dishes, kitchen supplies and even hands may be contaminated. Therefore, the garbage in the kitchen should be drained in time. It is best to pour it on the same day to avoid bacterial proliferation.
The sinks and faucets in the kitchen are used every day to make the area wet and become an ideal breeding ground for germs. If you accidentally touch a faucet with a dirty hand or if the faucet is contaminated with food, like many people's bad habits, they like to wash the raw meat directly with a faucet, the spray splashes. The germs on raw meat are the most common. As a result, the bacteria will breed on the faucet, eventually forming a biofilm that will become attached to it, and the microbial membrane will become larger and cracked, falling onto food and dishes, and endangering human health.
It can be seen that there are many amazing bacteria in the kitchen, which seriously affect people's health. This requires us to sterilize kitchen faucets and sinks. The method of sterilization is very simple. At least weekly, diluted bleach or disinfectant is used to clean the water sink, faucet, and refrigerator seal. Kitchen waste should be drained on the same day. Use kitchen paper towels to dry dishes and weekly wash dishes twice with hot water and disinfectant