Phone Soap

The amount of germs and bacteria that are living on every single surface that you touch on a day to day basis is difficult to comprehend. Throughout the day, different kinds of germs and viruses are transferred from surface to surface, often traveling via the human hand. Examples of this include the toilet handle, or the eyeglasses you may wear in order to correct your impaired vision. However, what is not widely known, is that a significant majority of these germs and bacteria are stored and living on electronic devices. The last several decades have seen an increase in concern over basic sanitation needs, such as access to antibacterial soap and hand sanitizer throughout the world. Without these kinds of products, the transfer of infections and diseases is greatly accelerated, taking place at a rate that is dangerous to the survival of human life. Despite there never having been a time of a more significant amount of awareness over the importance of basic sanitation and cleanliness, the vast majority of people never seem to think about how frequently they are handling electronic devices like cell phones that are havens for bacteria and disease. While there is certainly some awareness of how filthy computer keyboards rapidly become when they are not being cleaned regularly, cell phones and other tablet devices are for the most part overlooked. It is widely recognized by almost every single human being in the world that public restrooms are a wonderful breeding ground for bacteria and germs …