Here’s a short list of all the places scientists have found e. Coli bacteria:
1. On computer keyboards
2. In your kitchen sponge, on the kitchen drain, and on your kitchen sink faucet handles (By the way, this same study found that kitchens had more fecal bacteria than bathrooms! Toilet seats were actually, one of the least contaminated spots in the whole house.)
3. All over your phone
4.In a “fecal veneer” on indoor climbing walls
5. Hanging out on grocery shopping carts
6. On your shoes (duh)
7. Inside all your clothes, probably because you wash them with your underwear—which contains a tenth of a gram of fecal bacteria per pair, on average
8. Surrounding you in every hotel room you’ve ever been in
9. Literally in the air you breathe
there’s bacteria everywhere!
The Trial was conducted at Adamson University Manila. The purpose of the trial was to demonstrate the efficacy of Bacteria-Zap against e. Coli & S. Aureus.
In the first trial two test strips were each exposed to e.Coli & S. Aureus. They were then then dipped in a solution of Bacteria-Zap for 2 minutes. Two other test strips were also exposed but were not dipped in the Bacteria-Zap solution, these strips were the "Control". The material was then placed in an incubator fro 48 hours.
The purpose of this test was to demonstrate the use of Bacteria-Zap as a means to wash or sanitize food.
The second trial involved a petri dish sprayed with Bacteria-Zap & allowed to air dry. The test strips were then contaminated with e Coli & S. Aureus. A test strip of each of the e. Coli & S. Aureus were placed in Bacteria-Zap treated petri dishes, while the control were placed in untreated petri dishes. All test subjects were placed in an incubator for 48 hours.
After the incubation period the items were evaluated & the results were
Dipping test - 99.8% of both e. Coli & S. Aureus eradicated as compared to the Control
Surface test - 99.75 of both e. Coli & S. Aureus eradicated as compared to the Control