Are copper flashlight anti-microbial?

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wle
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i guess

personally i think it ain’t worth the stink Smile

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wle wrote:
personally i think it ain’t worth the stink Smile

fair enough Smile

I did not like the smell.. but I changed my thinking

I now call it the smell of dead germs.. lol

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Copper flashlight germ protection is miniscule-starter.
Copper/brass doorknobs/pushbars/sinkhandles are another matter which should be incorporated into public contracts.

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