40 Germiest Things You Should Be Cleaning But Aren’t

1 How to Clean a Bathroom Loofah

How to Clean a Bathroom Loofah1. How to Clean a Bathroom Loofah: Some people like the feel of a loofah or mesh scrubber in the shower or bath. But unlike a washcloth, a scrubber — used to slough off dry skin and clean your body — may not get a thorough cleaning after each use. When it’s left hanging in the damp shower, it can become a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Whether it’s made of natural… (via eHow)

2 How to Clean a Home’s Air Ducts

How to Clean a Home's Air Ducts2. How to Clean a Home’s Air Ducts: While a professional can clean air ducts completely, a homeowner can at least clean parts of air ducts with a simple cleaning solution and vacuum cleaner. (via Aol Real Estate)

3 How to Clean an Oscillating Fan

How to Clean an Oscillating Fan3. How to Clean an Oscillating Fan: In anticipation of spending the warmer months with our oscillating fans on to keep us cool, now is a good time to pause and take a few minutes to give them a quick clean. They’ve got a lot of work ahead of them and could use a little bit of attention. (Plus it will keep your fan and your lung sin better shape!) (via Apartment Therapy)

4 How to Clean Your Hairbrush

How to Clean Your Hairbrush4. How to Clean Your Hairbrush: Hi everyone, By now, you know the importance of cleaning your makeup brushes. Cleaning your hairbrush, on the other hand, is an often-overlooked task. But it shouldn’t be! Most people brush their hair at least once a day, and that hairbrush comes in contact with greasy hair follicles, dust particles and as much product buildup (via Michelle Phan)

5 How to Clean a Toothbrush Naturally

How to Clean a Toothbrush Naturally5. How to Clean a Toothbrush Naturally: Find out how to clean a toothbrush naturally. Clean a toothbrush naturally and don’t exposure yourself to toxins that can harm your health and the environment (via Health Extremist)

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