November 30, 2020
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February 25, 2013
Here’s a Monday morning musing…
Before you set your purse, backpack or briefcase on your kitchen table or countertop … think about all the places you put it during the day!!!
According to an ABC News article… Microbiologist Chuck Gerba researches where organisms that make us sick lurk and lately he says he has found that germs gather on the outside of a woman’s purse, especially on the bottom.
“We found fecal bacteria you normally find on the floor of restroom,” he said. “We found bacteria that can cause skin infections on the bottom of purses. What’s more amazing is the large numbers we find on the bottom of purses, which indicates that they can be picking up a lot of other germs like cold viruses or viruses that cause diarrhea.”
Consider getting a portable purse hook to keep it off the floor of restaurants, public restrooms, etc.
And put several sturdy hooks near your door at home for everyone’s handbags and backpacks to keep those cooties off your tables, counters and other places around your home.
Also check out a video by Dr. Oz with some findings and tips about germs and handbags.
Have a great week! 🙂 j & B