Kitchen counter

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Kitchen Counter
This is one of the most high-traffic surfaces in people's homes, say the experts at NSF, with everything from purses to bags of groceries to packages of raw chicken leaving behind all types of germs. After cooking or preparing food, and at the end of every day, wash the surface with hot, soapy water, then rinse. (Casabella's new sponge/squeegee lets you easily soap up counters, rinse and swipe water off.)
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