6 Replies to “How To Wash Your Hands”

  1. Thanks for posting that. I guess I’m never too old to learn some helpful hints. I don’t think I’ve ever washed my hands for 15 seconds. That’s really a long time. I guess I’m luck I’m not dead of some restroom disease. And using the towel to turn off the faucet is pure genius. I’ve always used my foot.

  2. This is missing one step, ok, maybe a few if your that worried about germs. Before you start washing your hands (if the paper towel dispenser is one of those press the handle type), you need to press the handle for as much paper towel as you need. Then, you can wash your hands, grab the paper towel without touching anything, turn the faucet handle off with the paper towel, but WAIT….. don’t throw it, you can use that same paper towel to open the bathroom door without touching the same handle as people that didn’t wash.

    Now you’re ready to go back to your activities, I hope you’re wearing some type of face mask, because the air quality that you’re breathing might be worse then anything you’ve touched in the bathroom.

    http://www.epa.gov/iaq/
    http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/english/iyh/environment/indoor_air.html

    Now, back to my nightly germ fighter, a glass of Crown.

  3. A friend said Steel White Table never posts serious subjects, always reporting things toilet related. Bathroom issues ARE serious, though.

    > Can I use this for my Hall of Technical Documentation Weirdness?

    Of course! I’m leaving for the Toronto office again today (for a 3 day training trip); I’ll try to take a better photo this time.

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