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Face the Facts
In the span of 24 hours, the avg. adult touches 7,200 surfaces¹ and touches their face 552 times²
Help Your Hands
Nearly 95%3 of adults don’t wash their hands long enough to thoroughly remove germs.
The Dirt on Surfaces
The avg. desk has 400x more bacteria than a toilet seat.4
Water fountains have 19x as much bacteria as a toilet seat.5
1 Zhang, N., Li, Y. and Huang, H., 2018. Surface touch and its network growth in a graduate student office. Indoor air, 28(6), pp.963-972
2 A frequent habit that has implications for hand hygiene Kwok, Yen Lee Angela et al. 2015. American Journal of Infection Control, Volume 43, Issue 2, 112 – 114
3 Borchgrevink, C.P., Cha, J. and Kim, S., 2013. Hand washing practices in a college town environment. Journal of environmental health, 75(8), p.18.; Hand Washing Practices in a College Town Environment, Journal of Environmental Health
4 Source: https://www.ehstoday.com/archive/article/21904825/the-dirty-truth-about-your-desk
5 Source: https://www.nsf.org/consumer-resources/studies-surveys-infographics/germ-studies/germiest-places-schools