Hazardous Household Items You Should Replace Often, But Probably Don't
Everything from toothbrushes to razors to contact lens cases.
[Newsmax Health] Even the most spic-and-span home is likely to contain potentially hazardous products that long since should have been pitched into the trash. Photo credit: pixabay
Bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens are especially likely to be well-stocked with products that have outlived their usefulness and are contaminated with disease-causing bacteria, fungi, and parasites.
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