We all know that the human hand is the biggest culprit of germ and bacteria spreading, and a thorough soapy washing can work wonders to alleviate any threats. But are you cleaning your household or commercial environments the right way? Chances are you are not.
You might think that a quick swipe of bleach or sweep of the vacuum makes your surfaces or carpet bacteria free, but think again. The five second rule is not a fact, and bacteria (amongst other contagions) can survive for up to four weeks on carpet and up to months on other surfaces.
The above facts are especially true in high traffic areas. High traffic areas, such as office and commercial spaces, pose an even greater risk for germ, mold, mildew, and yeast contamination. (If you introduce wall to wall carpet to the equation, which c