The bathroom at home is often used, and the humidity is relatively large, which is easy to breed bacteria. If we don't pay attention to these and made develop bad habits, it may affect our health!
The following bad habits are things that everyone usually does, remember to correct them after reading them.
1. Don't let your shower curtain get moldy
Mold spores can be seen! If you've seen black on your shower curtain, it means there are millions or billions of spores on it! 25% of the population will be at risk of allergies or asthma due to mold irritation. The best way is to replace the shower curtain or disinfect it with bleach.
2. Don't leave clutter on the laundry table
Got a bunch of stuff on your washstand? Toothbrushes, cosmetics, skin care products, these bacteria-infected things can be apply to the face every day! For this, I recommend scrubbing the countertops frequently, or keeping less makeup in the bathroom. If you really want to, put some paper on the washstand to keep it dry!
3. Neglected bathroom floors
The black one on the floor tile gap, I don't think it needs to be said! Fungus, mold, and bacteria grow happily together on your floor. Mold in your bathroom can spread outwards, and the floor outside can be affected too! For weekly cleaning, it is recommended to use the W450 floor washing robot with a cleaning solution. If you are someone who takes off your shoes to go to the bathroom a lot, if you have new wounds on your feet, you may need to wash them every day until your feet are healed.
4. Use the same toothbrush for a long time
We all often hear that toothbrushes need to be replaced regularly. In general, it is best to replace your toothbrush every 3 months. When you have had a bad cold or been sick for a while, it is recommended to deep clean your toothbrush or replace it with a new toothbrush when you are well. Because during that time the bacteria will enter the bristles with your saliva, where they ca nlive for weeks, and you could catch a cold again!
5. No ventilation
The bathroom was very humid. In the case of lack of ventilation, mold will naturally start to multiply, and people with allergies and asthma will be easily affected. If you have ventilation windows or exhaust fans, or if you leave the door open a little or fully open after a bath, keeping the air circulating can greatly reduce spore counts.
6. Still using an old razor
You may feel that there is no need to spend so much money on a razor! But once a razor becomes rusted, there may be Staphylococcus bacteria, and the dull blade may accidentally cut the skin or cause ingrown hairs, which increases the risk of infection.
7. Not cleaning the toilet
When everyone's urine scale and feces accumulate in your toilet, the number of bacteria can be imagined! While germs don't come into direct contact with the toilet seat, they will come to the surface every time you flush! To be on the safe side, it's best to disinfect with an antibacterial cleaner or bleach at least once a week.
Pay attention to the hygiene of the bathroom and get rid of the above bad habits, in order to keep us healthy!