A Surgical Glove for the Foot!
Wondering how much nicer that dress would look on you if you weren’t wearing those ugly gym socks? You could pick up bacteria or spread it yourself in the changing room.
Parenting Magazine says 85% of germs in our home are carried in on our shoes. Walking on streets, public restrooms and restaurants bring in infection-causing bacteria.
Never walk with bare feet on gym floors including showers, locker rooms and pool decks. Your feet are a highly vulnerable entry point for nasty bacterial infection.
Housekeeping may dust and vacuum, but most hotels only do deep cleaning 4 times a year. Inspections have revealed traces of urine in areas where people step into bed.
Your baby spends lots of time crawling and playing on the floor. Clean floors are important! Don’t bring the remnants of garbage, feces and bacteria into your baby’s room.