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The science of surfaces - how clean are we?

Dr Orla Cahill, microbiologist at TU Dublin joined Kieran to see really how dirty our surfaces are...

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17.51 3 Feb 2022


The science of surfaces - how clean are we?


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17.51 3 Feb 2022


According to scientists your car could in fact be dirtier than your toilet seat. The car boot had the most bacteria, followed by the driver's seat, the gearstick and the back seat.

Dr Orla Cahill, microbiologist at TU Dublin joined Kieran to see really how dirty our surfaces are...

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