Question

 Does bacteria form in a water glass each time it's used?

Answer Bacteria are everywhere: in the drinking water (approximately 10^4 [equals 10,000] cells per 200 ml), in the air around the glass, and of course on the user's skin, lips, and mouth. So, yes, bacte... Read More »
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1962833

Top Q&A For: Does bacteria form in a water glass each time i...

How many gallons of water does the dishwasher use each time?

How hot does my hot water have to be to prevent bacteria?

EDIT:110F will scald sensitive skin quickly and calloused skin over time. Ideally, you want to be something at/just above 110F but below 120F at the furthest tap from the water heater so that you c... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20130418042436AAUce6Z

Does boiling water really kill bacteria?

Yes it does, For bacteria to actually die, the hot water would have to be at a temperature above what your skin could tolerate. Most people can tolerate a temperature of 110 degrees for little bits... Read More »
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20120821134655AAUKPUu

How does Special warming ovens are used to help bacteria grow?

If you mean that the (heavy duty) extension cord has a wire size of #14 or #12 wire in it and that the length is not over 50 feet then you will have no trouble running a refrigerator. Keep in mind ... Read More »
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_Special_warming_ovens_are_used_to_help_bacteria_grow


feedback
loading