Dirty Shower Heads Could Be Deadly, Here's How To Clean Them!
Bacterial build-up on shower heads is associated with a variety of health problems. In this video, we will show you how to clean a shower head, inr order to protect your health.
If you were asked what the most contaminated place in your home is, what would your answer be?
For many, the bathroom would certainly be the first bet.
In fact, the chances of your bathroom being full of harmful microorganisms are high, but it’s not because of the toilet.
The biggest culprit is the shower - at least that’s what the scientists say.
Showers hide far more bacteria and fungi than you would ever find in a toilet.
Just thinking about the amount of time that we spend in the shower, thinking that we are washing and cleaning ourselves but we may actually be contaminating ourselves, is a scary thought, isn’t it?
But there is no need to panic.
The risks of infection depend greatly on each person’s health.
In addition, you can further reduce these risks by cleaning your shower head regularly.
It’s recommended that you do this cleaning at least every 6 months.
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