Now The Dishwasher's Killing You

Researchers found rampant growth of fungi including Exophiala, Rhodotorula, and Candida parapsilosis – yeast-like species that can kill or cause serious and crippling lung infections.

The rubber seals are the culprits.  These things are rarely if ever cleaned. The bugs also feed on salts added to most dishwashing detergents.

Those most at risk have poor immune systems, diabetes, cystic fibrosis and asthma.

There's no good news. The bad news is what it takes to kill the crud.

Once per month scrub the inside surfaces and seals with baking soda, vinegar, and bleach. Then put a cup of vinegar in the top rack and run a full cycle on the hottest water setting. Once done, put a cup of baking soda in the bottom rack and do it all over again. Finally, run a cycle with your dog and your last-born to try and rid the house of disease vectors.

Feel safer now? The dishwasher may not kill you this week but the Africa, Saudi Arabia and China bugs are still on their way.. And you can always hop a flight from S. Korea. No one gets out alive.

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