Experts say your smartphone screen is filthy. It’s covered in poop. Here’s how to sanitize iPhones, Google Pixels, and others. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. We’re probably all guilty of bringing our phone into the bathroom… But it turns out your smartphone is probably dirtier than your toilet. Susana Victoria Perez has more. Buzz60 It goes into the bathroom with you. You use it in the kitchen. It often touches your face, your desk and, well, just about any other surface within arm’s reach. It’s your smartphone, of course. And the tasks listed above are just some of the reasons it’s a breeding ground for germs and a cesspool of bacteria. Fecal matter can be found on 1 out of every 6 smartphones, according to a 2011 study done by researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. “Mobile phones have become veritable reservoirs of pathogens as they touch faces, ears, lips and hands of different users of different health conditions,” researchers observed in a 2009 study of bacteria removed from personal calling devices.  A study by th...