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No time of the year is as beautiful and as bountiful as monsoon, it always comes to us as a relief from the seething hot summer season. But the beauty for the most part lies outside our houses as inside them there are too many problems that we face. During monsoon, no matter how sealed we keep our apartments or how many foot mats we employ we cannot avoid the entry of dirt and mud inside our homes.
Who hasn't heard the famous quote 'prevention is better than cure', in such simple words it explains one of the most vital lessons of life. The lesson that all of us mostly tend to forget. It is the reason why so many of us nowadays suffer from diseases and disorders. All of us know that the easiest way to prevent obesity and heart diseases is by changing our food habits; we also know that personal hygiene and cleanliness has an immense impact upon our basic health. Yet these are the facts that
Yes, you have read it right. The latest researches show that the kitchen sink is the dirtiest portion of the house. It is most likely to harbor disease causing bacteria. It is even dirtier than the toilet bowl. Also, merely washing it isn’t enough as it leaves behind microscopically small food particles which can turn it into a breeding ground of harmful disease causing bacteria. We must give a serious consideration to cleaning kitchen sink and also cleaning kitchen in general.
Bathroom is that one portion of the house which gets dirty most easily and most frequently. Its steamy and slippery nature makes it an ideal spot for the accumulation of both dirt and mud. The situation becomes particularly more problematic in modern day flats where to save the space even the toilets are attached to the bathrooms. It is never an easy job to keep a clean bathroom. Even in hotel rooms bathrooms have to be cleaned at least once in a day. Just like them we must also clean them every