NEVER BRING YOUR PHONE INSIDE THE TOILET ! HERE’S WHY

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NEVER BRING YOUR PHONE TO TOILET ! HERE'S WHY. Never Bring Your Phone Inside The Toilet. Here’s Why. Many of us may have already took it as a habit to bring our smartphones inside the toilet to use it while doing our stuff inside.

But only few know that it is actually a dangerous practice.

It’s common knowledge that washrooms are full of germs and bacteria, especially public restrooms. At home the risks are low, particularly if we clean the bathroom regularly.

But in public facilities there’s no way to know just how clean the toilet and surrounding furnishings are. They may look clean, but every flush of a toilet sends microscopic germs and excrement into the air which eventually land on the surrounding walls and fixtures. Even if you wash your hands, you could still pick up bacteria from the faucet or door handle.

These germs can transmit salmonella, E. Coli, and other infections. When we use our phones in this environment, they essentially become extensions of our hands. The only difference is that we don’t wash them before we leave.

According to a study from the University of Arizona, 9 phones out of 10 were found to be carrying disease-causing bacteria and 16% of them had invisible traces of excrement!

Considering that germs also multiply, these results are truly disturbing and disgusting.

So from now on, leave your phone in your pocket or bag when you go to washroom. And don’t forget to wash your hands thoroughly when you’re finished to avoid all those nasty, invisible germs.

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