6After Using a Shopping Cart:
It’s time again to visit the supermarket or the grocery store to buy the items your kitchen lacks- but wait a minute, did you wash your hands after coming in contact with the hand basket or the rolling cart?
As a matter of fact, shopping carts bear 138,000 bacteria per square inch. Besides, they are the dirtiest thing you can lay your hands on in the store. That’s why you should wash your hands afterwards. A study conducted by Reader’s Digest asserts that 50% of shopping carts carry E.coli, whereas 72% carry coliform bacteria. You don’t want to bring these germs home, do you?