Some of the biggest germ hotspots in the home are in the bathroom. Microorganisms are often present on the washbasin, as well as on taps and fittings: We touch these areas with unwashed hands after using the toilet and they also come into contact with saliva when we brush our teeth. The flush handle on the toilet also usually harbours lots of faecal germs – and tends to be overlooked during cleaning. Tiles on the floor, in particular around the toilet, and joints are also sensitive areas. Clean particularly germ-prone areas of the bathroom regularly using a soft cleaning cloth and diluted vinegar. The acid content acts reliably against bacteria, and the product also preserves the material.