Solid foods dropped on a clean-looking solid or hard surface don’t transfer too much bacteria to be harmful. But wet foods on a surface like a carpeted floor? Nope.
Solid foods dropped on a clean-looking solid or hard surface don’t transfer too much bacteria to be harmful. But wet foods on a surface like a carpeted floor? Nope. Dreamstime TNS
Solid foods dropped on a clean-looking solid or hard surface don’t transfer too much bacteria to be harmful. But wet foods on a surface like a carpeted floor? Nope. Dreamstime TNS

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