Best Way to Get Germs Off a Kitchen Sponge
Even if you wash your kitchen sponge regularly, it can still be full of bacteria. In fact, studies show that the average Gold coast carpet cleaners kitchen sponge can contain up to a million more germs than a toilet seat! And if you're not careful, those germs can make it onto your dishes, your drinking glasses, and your countertops.
Fortunately, the best way to decontaminate a sponge is also the easiest. Just rinse it, wring it out, and microwave it for 30 to 60 seconds. The microwave will kill those nasty germs dead.
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Edited by Johnmichelsr, 18 November 2012 - 10:24 PM.