Wearing shoes in the house is just plain gross. The verdict from scientists who study indoor contaminants


By Chief Environmental Scientist, EPA Victoria; Honorary Professor, Macquarie University
Chancellor’s Professor of Earth Sciences and Executive Director, Indiana University Environmental Resilience Institute, IUPUI (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis)

You probably clean your shoes if you step in something muddy or disgusting (please pick up after your dog!). But when you get home, do you always de-shoe at the door?

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