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4 rooms where fighting bacteria matters

 Bacteria is everywhere. It’s on your phone. It’s outside. It’s on walls, trim & doors.  It’s in every room of your home. But while most bacteria are harmless and some are actually beneficial, there are certain strains of bacteria that can be harmful, and it’s natural for the average homeowner to be concerned with keeping their home as clean as possible.  That being said, some rooms are generally bigger concerns than others, and thanks to the onset of bacteria-killing technology, it’s easier than ever for homeowners to fight back against certain bacteria.
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