- Kitchen sink
- Airplane bathroom
- A load of wet laundry
- Public drinking fountain
- Shopping cart handle
- ATM buttons
- Office phone
- Hotel-room remote
How some hotels clean drinking glasses (video):
Purell, from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Image source: Electron micrograph of MRSA, Wikipedia, CDC, public domain.
Where's Your Germiest Place? Dr. Wes.