LEARNING THE BASICS 
WE COME IN CONTACT WITH WATER-BASED CONTAMINANTS EVERYDAY 

Even if you haven't heard the word "WATER-BASED CONTAMINANTS" before, you come in contact with these substances almost every day.  It also forms on your teeth and causes periodontal diseases and tooth decay. Bio-matter protects bacteria against the dangers of the outer world and creates a barrier in order to protect the little organisms inside. Some organics can be very hard to penetrate and dissolve.

Most contaminants are an invisible enemy, which can cause a variety of diseases. While it’s hard to discover with a naked eye, the consequences of organic growth can be unfortunate. The worse place to find contaminants and organics is in the kitchen. Once it forms inside your dishwasher, it can travel further to the kitchen surfaces, making its way into the human body. These bacteria formations have an easy time sticking to food-contact surfaces allowing such bacteria as E.coil and Salmonella to grow freely. Failing to disinfect the surfaces leads to serious health problems.

Contaminants can also grow on medical implants, making its way into the human body. Sometimes these contaminants can cause such chronic health problems such as endocarditis, dental peristalsis, prostatitis, osteomyelitis, rhinosinusitis, and ulcers. 

One of the main reasons contaminants cause concerns is that bacteria are stronger in this formation. As a result, these water-based contaminants are more resistant to the majority of traditional disinfectants and antibiotics that people use to get rid of them. They can take many different forms, from a thick buildup in the kitchen sink to a thin plaque on the teeth. These little organisms can cause serious damage in domestic settings as well as in industrial and medical settings by harboring bacteria and clogging equipment. 

 

OUR  HOMES ARE GROUND ZERO
CONTAMINANTS THRIVES IN MOISTURE-RICH ENVIRONMENTS
 

One of the most dangerous water-based bacteria zones for water-based contaminants is your home. These organics can exists everywhere there is a surface, moisture, and nutrients. Some of the most contaminants -friendly places are kitchens, dishwashers, bathrooms, washing machines, jetted bathtubs and hot tubs. Anywhere you use water in your home is a great place for the gunk to grow. These places have a variety of surfaces, plenty of moisture, and sufficient nutrients from people and food.

Basically, all they need to grow is a surface with access to water or other aqueous solutions and favorable conditions.

 

WHAT IS THE SCIENCE BEHIND THIS BACTERIA? 
VERY RESISTANT TO ANTIMICROBIAL CLEANERS LIKE BLEACH

Bateria

Some organics are complex structures with their own fluid systems that consist of almost 95% water. Microorganisms in the contaminant can attach to the surface of almost any object and create a slimy substance. In theory, bacteria can be formed by only one type of microorganisms, but in fact, bacterias are often communities of different types of gunk, yeasts, fungi, protozoa, algae, and other little organisms, along with corrosive products and debris. 

One of the interesting properties of contaminant is that it's really tough to destroy them. When they are attacked, they aren't eliminated. When you use a cleaning agent (for example, chlorine), they retain secretions that hold to the surface and become even stronger than before. That's why many water-based contamination problems often gets worse with time.