You're washing your hands first, then dry them off. ... A lovely illision that got busted after getting married and having kids... I don't know how you ladies feel about this, but I honestly thought towels could never really get dirty. (Yet need to be replaced after a while.)
I doubt my family understands the principle of washing. Why else would there be grey-browninsh handprints on the towel? And they're not only tiny-toddler one's. No, also big "See-I've-spend-all-day-in-the-workshop" paws.
Answer by Jademom07 at 8:18 AM on Feb. 4, 2011
Answer by nova.mommy at 1:57 PM on Feb. 4, 2011
lol yikes. We don't have that issue in our house because I am extremely germ-conscious. I've taught dh and the kids well. I replace the hand towel every other day because of the germ build up. If someone is sick in the house it gets replaced daily. Washed in hot water and with detergent. I also have the towel bar over top of the register on the floor so that it stays dry for the most part because moisture is where germs breed. I only wash my hands with warm water and turn the faucet off with my wrist. Then I put sanitizer on my hands after I dry them, being careful to not touch my wrist on the towel. We also place a sanitizer bottle on the table at restaurants to use after touching menus and ladles at a food bar.
Answer by SweetLoveofMine at 6:47 AM on Feb. 4, 2011
Answer by pioneergirl10 at 3:36 PM on Feb. 4, 2011
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Answer by JazzyJes at 6:53 PM on Feb. 12, 2011