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Traveling isn’t a clean experience, but do you care?

March 25th, 2011 2 Comments

The mentalities of taking “Airborne” before a flight and sanitizing everything in your path are now colliding.

My mom and I are both of the mind that exposure to germs will keep your immune system strong.  Before hand sanitizers, we all lived healthy lives.  Although with the knowledge we have now about how many germs are coating everything we touch, I am becoming a quick draw with the hand sanitizer.

The latest concern is the cleanliness of airplane seats.  We must have realized before this craze just how dirty they are.  With different walks of life sinking into the same fabric seat for several hours there’s not telling what’s living in there!

Whatever your awareness, I’m telling you now people are getting aggressive with killing off as many germs as possible before they buckle in for a flight.  Should you get on the bandwagon?

That’s up to you.  Here is a list of options I’ve seen and heard about people doing in an attempt to travel without accumulating any extra germ baggage.

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  • Bob Baer

    DId you really have to introduce this concept into my life? I was completely grossed out with the idea of grocery cart handles. Now this . thanks

  • Vanessa

    I don’t sanitize anything, ever. I don’t even like to use antibacterial hand soap.

    Wash your hands before you eat, don’t lick the seat or anything, and you should be fine.