Our hands per day touch all kinds of surfaces on which bacteria live. Due to the fact that we hold the phone in our hands almost around the clock, pathogenic organisms easily move to the surface of gadgets. American journalists conducted the
and collected samples from the surface of ordinary smartphones. In addition to safe microorganisms, bacteria that cause infections of the skin and internal organs (MRSA) and pathogenic staphylococci were found there (they live on door handles, gyms, public showers, from where they come in contact with our skin and then on the phone).
We wash our hands after visiting public places, but then again we touch the contaminated gadgets.
Unfortunately, the phone cannot simply be thrown into the washing machine or washed with soap. To protect yourself from dangerous bacteria, you need to regularly and correctly clean the surface of your smartphone.