Challenges popular misconceptions about bacteria, viruses, mold, and other germ sources, discussing the qfive-second ruleq and household cleaners to food-preparation practices and anthrax scares and offering advice effective sanitation practices.The most microbe-contaminated sites in the kitchen are sponges and dishcloths, the sink drain, faucet handles, and cutting ... Washing a sink and rinsing it well with hot water gets rid of a good amount of these dangerous microbes. ... After a vacation the kitchen drain may give off a rotten-egg smell or other bad odors.
|Title||:||Five-second Rule & Other Myths about Germs|
|Author||:||Anne Elizabeth Maczulak|
|Publisher||:||Running PressBook Pub - 2007|