Researchers have found 421,000 units of bacteria on the outside of the shoe, including E. coli, meningitis and diarrheal disease; Klebsiella pneumonia, a common source for wound and bloodstream infections as well as pneumonia; and Serratia ficaria along with a rare cause of infections in the respiratory tract and wounds.
The common occurrence (96 percent) of coliform and E. coli bacteria on the outside of the shoes indicates frequent contact with fecal material, which most likely originates from floors in public restrooms or contact with animal fecal material outdoors.” Studies also indicated that bacteria can be tracked by shoes over a long distance into your home or personal space after the shoes were contaminated with bacteria.”
Ewwww….imagine walking barefoot?

Transfer of bacteria from the shoes to uncontaminated tiles ranged from 90{41aa4bb89c477f1e334505d76149b7c47b1e52c0a22817e445c0fb4c76e652bd} to 99{41aa4bb89c477f1e334505d76149b7c47b1e52c0a22817e445c0fb4c76e652bd}.

Most people don’t even think about the transfer of bacteria from one pair of shoes to the next. Most people don’t think about how many people tried on that same pair of shoes you have. Most people don’t even know there is a solution.


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