Nope. "Germs" for use in laboratories are often stored at temperatures far below anything in nature or a normal refrigerator. Once they warm up to their preferred temperature, they function normally. As always, there are exceptions to this, but likely not many.
Yes it does. Its also a reason why stores in the winter keep the store cold to keep germs from traveling
Yes it can because when it gets cold all the germs like disappear and yep it kills germs
No, only warm/hot tempurture kills germs
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Yes the hot water kills more germs than cold water.
because hot water kills more germs than washing it with cold water soap is also needed to kill more germs
How water desolves more things. it's like trying to kill germs, you might use hot water. it works for salt to!
It doesn't matter which temperature it is because germs only start dying when it reaches boiling point which is burning and some sinks don't go up to that temperature so that's why people use soap/antibacterial wash.
Hot water, as it removes any remaining grease, soap and germs. Grease is what causes microscopic debris to cling to surfaces. The hotter the water, the more grease is removed. That is the reason why dishwashers use very hot water for both wash and rinse cycles.
Hot water will remove it more completely.
yes it does. you wash your hands with warm water.
Yes it do
To avoid passing your germs to another refrain from using the pool while your are contaminated. Common sense!
some, maybe, but very few. a lot of germs thrive on cold and dry, and others like warm and wet (or somewhere in between). i definitely wouldn't reccomend it - bugs and even more germs could get in. so, really, no.
Although the FDA mandates warm water for those in food service, the CDC says any temperature is fine, so it's a bit of a contested subject.Heat is known to kill bacteria, but the temperature and duration of exposure required would seriously damage human skin, so that argument for warm water is a bust. Additionally, some advocate for washing in cool water because it uses less energy and is therefore more environmentally friendly.Anyway, no matter the temperature, washing your hands thoroughly with soap for 20 seconds is good practice.
Hot temperatures because bacteria and germs more faster and are quicker to reproduce, rather than being in cold temperatures.