Eight out of ten Britons have by no means cleaned their microwave – Yahoo Eurosport UK
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thorough cleaning Right now, new research has uncovered some of our main unsanitary habits in the kitchen – neither Cleaning the microwave“data-reactid =” 33 “> While deep cleaning should be an emphasis for now, new research has revealed some of our main unsanitary habits in the EU kitchen – including not cleaning the microwave and using the same tea towel for more than two weeks.
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The investigation found that the least cleaned product in the kitchen was the microwave. More than four fifths (82%) of Britons admitted never cleaning it thoroughly.
Research also discovered the least hygienic habits of the British, such as not disinfecting the kitchen container, overusing dish sponges and towels, and not cleaning the mop head after each use.
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The five worst kitchen hygiene habits among British people are:
1. Never clean the microwave thoroughly – 82% admitted that they never clean their microwave oven thoroughly
2. Not cleaning a cutting board thoroughly after using raw meat on it – 73% admitted this
3. Not cleaning the oven thoroughly on a regular basis – 68% admitted they had not done so in the past year
4. Don’t let food cool quickly enough before storing it in the refrigerator – 63% said they take food and put it in the refrigerator right before cooling
5. Failure to change the tea towel / sponge regularly – 61% of Britons reported using the same for more than two weeks.
The survey also found that one in five Britons doesn’t wash their hands before cooking and a third (34%) don’t clean the mop head after each use, which can cause harmful bacteria to spread around the kitchen and possibly the rest of the house .
In early 2020, the Food Standards Agency stated that there is an estimated 2.4 million cases of food poisoning annually in the UK, with 380,000 cases of norovirus annually also related to food preparation and consumption in the UK.
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