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Researchers say your kitchen sponge can have more bacteria than there are people on earth

Researchers say your kitchen sponge can have more bacteria than there are people on earth
Using a sponge might not be the best way to clean your dirty dishes.
Norwegian researchers say kitchen sponges hold onto way more bacteria than kitchen brushes. They found that a single sponge can harbor a higher number of bacteria than there are people on earth, and that includes salmonella.
This happens because the sponge stays wet and humid, and it collects food residue resulting in a perfect environment for bacteria to grow.
They say brushes are better because they dry out and the bacteria dies.
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