In 2011, NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) surveyed […]
In 2011, NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) surveyed 30 daily necessities from 22 households, and ranked the number of bacteria contained in the items. Among them, the bowls used by pets ranked fourth on the bacteria list. .
A large number of bacteria detected on pet utensils and toys are MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), Pasteurella multocida, various Corynebacterium;
The content of these bacteria exceeds the normal standard level, and proliferates in large quantities without cleaning; especially drinking utensils and eating utensils, humid environment and superimposed food residues, cleaning from time to time, breeding bacteria is Inevitably, the bacterial content is unimaginable. It is most appropriate to wash your pet's bowls and water basins as often as you wash your own bowls and chopsticks every day. After each meal your pet eats, use a special cleaning cloth and detergent to wash the dishes to thoroughly rinse off potential bacteria.
In addition to the normal cleaning every day, a thorough and comprehensive disinfection should be carried out once a week, using a special disinfectant for pets, soaking and cleaning the bowls and water basins, and drying them before using them for pets.