YOUR PHONES MIGHT KILL YOU

Posted: May 27, 2014 in information
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Have you ever thought about washing your phones? Maybe dipping them in detergent overnight? Trust me, you might need to.
FACT: Most handsets carry 18 times more germs than the flush handle in men’s toilet. Infact handsets carry food poisoning bugs too. Now this is how it goes. You give your phone to someone then you collect it back then you put it down, you pick it up…bla bla bla
As you transfer your phone around, you re Sharing germs, bacteria and bug between yourself and your phone. Mind you, your phone won’t die of these but you might.
My main concern here is a bacteria called salmonella typhi. The causative agent for typhoid fever.it is passed on mostly by the hand, so if you pass your phone to someone who has typhoid, you might catch it.
I guess I have successfully scared you.
Now let’s see what you can  do to prevent your phone from killing you.
ARE YOUR PHONES AS CLEAN AS YOUR UNDERWEAR?
1. Always wash your hands…it is hygiene 101. Count the no of times you pray and count the no of times you wash your hands. Wash your hands more o
2. Never ever take your phones to the toilet or bathroom whatever . it will carry germs
3. Dont ever place your phone near dirt. Clean where you want to put your phone.
4. Just sit down calmly and estimate the amount of dirt you come in contact with everyday, and just assume they ll all make it to your phone
5. Take time to remove your phone casing to Clean as thoroughly as possible.
Always remember that everything you use can turn against you. Your dear phone too can.
Until I get back to you again with some life saving info, I ll say bye now!

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