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Bleach kills germs without damaging the fabric.
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Home Kitchen

Think of the most germ-ridden place you’re likely to encounter on an average day.

No, it’s not an airport bathroom. It’s not a public water fountain. And, no, all the fervor notwithstanding, it’s not even the floor of Congress or a parliamentary debating chamber.
It’s your very own kitchen sink—where more than 500,000 bacteria per square inch are likely lurking this very second in the drain alone.


In fact, experts agree that the kitchen as a whole is the most bacteria-ridden room in a home. Meaning, if you’re worried about catching a cold or the flu—or worse—it’s the likeliest spot for infections to spread, as germs are transferred from a contaminated item (e.g., a cutting board) to your hands and then on to other parts of your body or other food..


“Bacteria couldn’t ask for a better place to grow,” says Charles Gerba, a professor of environmental microbiology (also known as ‘Dr. Germ’) at the University of Arizona.


So which other code-red kitchen items should you be preparing to wage germ warfare against? Read on.

Sponges. The moist micro-crevices that make them so effective at cleaning up messes also mean they’re a breeding ground for bacteria – especially if they’re left wet for days, with bits of food on them. If you must use them, advises Dr. Neil Schachter, author of The Good Doctor’s Guide to Colds and Flu: “Wet your sponge and then pop it in the microwave for two minutes to eliminate germs.”

Cutting boards. Not to freak you out, but they average cutting board has about 200 percent more fecal bacteria than the typical toilet seat, according to Gerba. At the very least, use separate boards for raw meat, say, and salad.

Dish towels. Yes, they start out pretty, but the E. coli and staph bacteria they’ve been linked to are not!. Washing them with bleach– the key ingredient, by the way, recommended for cleaning those aforementioned bacteria-infested kitchen sinks – has traditionally had an obvious drawback: The towels needed to be replaced more frequently.

Well, now even careful spenders can feel free to bleach away. Thanks to the same technology used for years by high-end salons, spas, restaurants and coffee shops to pass muster with health inspectors, a new line of 100-percent cotton Magic Towel® Home kitchen towels lets you easily remove germs (and stains) without fading or damaging the fabric’s color.

 

We are constantly told how to handle meat to avoid getting sick. There are solutions for how to clean sponges. BUT until now no one has had any good advice when it comes to kitchen towels. Switching to paper towels might solve some problems but they can never replace the kitchen towels you use for almost everything, from grabbing a hot pot handle to wiping down the counter tops.

Now you can rest assured that you can effectively clean your Magic Towel® kitchen towels in extremely hot water or with any kind of chlorine bleach, ridding your towels of all germs and bacteria without ruining the color.

Magic Towel® products are fade-resistant, impervious to bleach, durable and absorbent. They make a great accessory to any home!

 



MAGIC TOWELS Are:
Fade resistant, Soft & absorbent, Sterile, 100% fine cotton and Last longer than other towels.

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