How Germs Spread: An Experiment With Glo Germ

March 30, 2020

How Germs Spread: An Experiment With Glo Germ

Even those among us who are not obsessive compulsive or natural germaphobes find ourselves spending a lot of time in front of the sink washing our paws these days. You may find yourself suddenly noticing little things, like how the door knob to the bathroom may not be clean on the way out even if your hands are, or find yourself pondering how many people before you touched the gas pump you now have no choice but to take in your hands.

If you've never been curious before about how germs spread, chances are you are now! Watch this fun and informative video as the narrator undertakes some real world experiments with Glo Germ, a germ mimicking substance that glows under black light, to see just how (and how easily!) germs can spread--even when you think you're being careful!



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