hygieneWiping your feet holds much dirt out.
Ventilate often.
Keep the bin clean, close or outside.
Damp cloths, sponges, towels are the biggest germ carriers: frequently wash and dry them well.
Clear and clean the kitchen regulately, also fridge and cooker hood.
Use kitchen equipment only for cooking.
Keep workplaces, tools and cutting boards separate for hot and cold preparation, fish, meat, vegetables.
Wooden planks and spoons are porous, wash them immediately after use.
Keep foods below 4°C.
Use well-cooked food (especially when re-heated).
Eat fresh things and don’t keep them too long.


The outer skin cells are replaced every month. You lose 25,000 chips per minute, a million per hour.

"If you don’t clean your house for two months, it will not become dirtier anymore." (Quentin Crisp)
"You should take a bath!" "I do this every day!" "Take clean water!" (JW Besouw)