How Often Should You Change Your Bed?

The average person spends about a third of his life in bed, sleeping 7 hours a night and 49 hours a week on average. Humans naturally produce 130 liters of sweat in the bed each year providing the ideal fungal growth medium when combined with high humidity. Depending on the research, your typical bed sheets contain traces of fungi, bacteria, animal dander, pollen, soil, fluff, and all kinds of body feces, including sweat, sputum, excrement, and skin cells. The average adult washes his sheets every 2-3 weeks. Dermatologists strongly suggest that sheets should be washed on average once a week...

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How can copper products help create a hygienic hotel environment?

When people stay in a hotel, they want to experience luxury and comfort, without worrying about germs causing infections. A clean and hygienic establishment should be a top priority for hoteliers, especially in common hot spots that tend to have the highest concentrations of bacteria, viruses and fungi.   The main areas of concern include: Kitchens - The surfaces used for food preparation tend to be the most heavily contaminated in homes and hotels. Without special attention to cleaning and disinfection, pathogenic bacterial strains such as Salmonella, E. Coli and Campylobacter can easily spread to food and cause serious illness....

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