3 Dirtiest Surfaces on Airplanes

Sooner or later we may find ourselves needing to fly somewhere.  We all know to wear a mask, and even a face shield.  But how do you protect yourself from the contaminants that might be lurking on your seat.

3 Dirtiest Surfaces on an Airplane

1) HEADRESTS
Turns out, headrests have rated the highest for levels of infection-causing bacteria such as E.coli and Staphylococcus

2) SEAT POCKETS
Seat pockets come in at second, with high levels of bacteria and fungi such as mold and yeast.

3) RESTROOM LOCK
Understandably, the door to the toilet tests high for bacteria but still lower than the headrests and seat pockets.

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  • Sets up on 20 seconds
  • Washable, reusable
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  • Carry pouch doubles as on seat storage pocket
  • Does not interfere with video screens

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