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1 in 6 phones is contaminated with fecal matter - CNN. Do you know what Escherichia coli is? This bacteria (called E. coli) lives in the lower intestines of warm-blooded organisms, meaning it thrives in the fecal matter on our dirty devices. The warmth of mobile electronics creates an ideal living situation to host a variety of viral cultures. How likely are you to get sick? 78% of E. coli transfers between hands from contaminated screens. Over 62 million wireless devices share E. coli with our skin everyday in America. A common way E. coli arrives on our iPhones is from poop particles in bathrooms and wee transfer the microbes through hand contact. Microfiber has replaced cotton for cleaning fabrics in healthcare because the EPA confirmed 99% of bacteria cultures are removed from different surfaces with this cloth. If you don't wash regularly & you're reading this on a mobile device please consider a quick scrub. If you never clean your screen lets assume the device is grosser than public toilets...