These Are The 20 Dirtiest Things In Your House (& What To Replace Them With That Will Get Way Less Gross)

These Are The 20 Dirtiest Things In Your House (& What To Replace Them With That Will Get Way Less Gross)

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It's kind of scary to think about, but your home can become super dirty, super fast. You're constantly tracking germs and filth in from all of the places you go. And don't even get me started about the objects in your house. Have you ever thought about the dirtiest things in your house and the things that you can replace them with that will get way less gross? I have. And now I'm one step closer to having a cleaner home.

Think about it: You use your toothbrush at least twice a day, it's going in and out of your mouth, and then you leave it sitting out in your dirty bathroom. There's probably a toilet brush in there that you haven't replaced in a very long time. And all those germs are floating around in the air.

If you venture over to the kitchen, you've got a dirty sink, a dirty drain, and a gross sponge (that you're cleaning your dishes with). Oh, and have I mentioned your cell phone that you've now carried with you all day, placed it on your bathroom counter, and then on your kitchen table? Yuck. Luckily there are a lot of items out there these days that you can either replace your disgusting household objects with, or can help prevent them from getting dingy and germy.

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