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10 Things You Should NEVER Share With ANYONE

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8. Hair brushes

Your hair brush is a nice host. As a matter of fact, everything from dust mites and oils to dead skin cells are very pleased with its service. You should be nicer, so keep your brush to yourself. Let the worst-case scenario—lice—be a warning sign to clean and not share brushes with anyone else.

However, if you do get lice, it easily spreads to other things such as bed sheets or the couch after it reaches your hair, according to the CDC. It’s important to clean your brushes with antibacterial soap every few weeks.

You can also use vinegar and baking soda for cleaning hair brushes and combs. Use a bowl and just pour half cup of vinegar and half cup of warm water in it and soak all your dirty brushes and combs for about half an hour. Voilà! Your brush is ready-to-use!


7 thoughts on “10 Things You Should NEVER Share With ANYONE”

  1. Thank you so much for the keen and healthy advice. We often forget the obvious things that spread germs that contribute to negligent behavior. However, when you publish reminders like these ; they are well appreciated.

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