Maybe the answer to this question may depend on your gender. But do you often change household items such as duvet, pillows, wipes, towels and tea?
There are more personal things like toothbrushes, pajamas, and even suit underwear.
Many of these items contain harmful microorganisms, bacteria and bacteria that affect our health.
So, if you want to stay healthy, how often should you change it?
More than 1/4 of men and 7% of women wear underwear before washing for two days, according to the website survey. But pants can cause urinary tract infections, bacteria, pneumonia and blood infections, such as E. coli and thrush.
How long: after every wear – there is no exception, said Dr. Ackerley Lisa visiting professor of environmental health, University of Salford. “Replace it once a year.”.”
How to clean: washing machines with AOB (reactive oxygen bleach) products at 30-40 degrees C washing machine, Professor Sally Bloomfield said, consultants in health and infectious diseases prevention, at 60 degrees if the family is sick. Or add a napisan or Dettol antibacterial laundry detergent antibacterial products.
According to a recent survey, men aged 18 to 30 wore the same pajamas on 13 nights, while young women wore the same pajamas 17 days before washing. Professor Bloomfield said, “the pajamas are next to the skin, and we’re going to release a lot of microbial skin cells.”.
“These creatures are usually harmless, but if they fall into the wrong place, they will go wrong.” For example, Escherichia coli bacteria from the intestine can cause urethral cystitis.
How often: two clothes each time, or at least once a week.