Mobile phones and smartphones

A telephone is a device that we most often take in our hands and carry with us everywhere. Few of the smartphone users completely clean them, most of them limit themselves to the usual wiping of the screen, while a large number of various bacteria transmitting infections, including streptococcus and Staphylococcus aureus, settle on the surface of the device. To exclude the possibility of picking up some unpleasant bacillus, wipe the phone with a cloth dampened with disinfectant or treat your hands with HEALER antiseptic spray.


Dish sponge

The dish sponge is probably the dirtiest thing in the house. Leftover food on the damp and warm surface of the sponge is a favorable breeding ground for many bacteria, including E. coli and Salmonella. Change dishwashing pads as often as possible and treat with HEALER disinfectant.


Kitchen towel

A tea towel is an excellent breeding ground for germs, so it is not recommended to wipe your hands with it after washing the dishes. To prevent the spread of bacteria, change your towels every two days.



Scales of dead skin, and with them bacteria, move to bedding when we lie down. During sleep, the body sweats, creating an ideal habitat for microorganisms. Changing your bed frequently, at least once a week, will stop the growth of bacteria and fungi.

Toothbrush cup

After brushing our teeth, we put the brush back in a glass or on a special stand. If the glass is not washed, bacteria from the bathroom accumulate in it, which move to the toothbrush, and during brushing into your mouth. Therefore, wash glasses and brush holders at least once every two weeks, otherwise they will become overgrown with mold, which spreads very well in a humid and warm environment.