New flight-size air-spray perfect for travellers
A new bottled spray that complies with cabin luggage guidelines on liquids could see an end to the bugs that passengers pick up en route to their holidays.
One of the most common travelling difficulties is keeping surfaces hygienic and free from bacteria – and on flights staying fresh and clean can be a challenge.
According to recent research by Auburn University in Alabama, some of the most harmful and resilient bacteria on airplanes are the germs that live on chair upholstery, the tray table and on the metal buttons that move your seat or flush the toilet. The research was presented at the American Society for Microbiology’s annual meeting…
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