"Drying your hands is really important," says Dr Ackerley. "If you've missed anything while washing, the rubbing action will help remove any bacteria. Norovirus can survive well on hard surfaces, such as door handles, so you run the risk of picking up people's germs. Never dry hands on the kitchen tea towel. Any bacteria you take off your hands could then be transferred to when you wash up. I prefer to use kitchen roll."Agg then tried washing her hands for 6 seconds with soap. According to Dr. Curtis ,an expert in hygiene and public health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical, the soap is a necessary factor in ensuring your hands get clean. "As long as you use soap, it's quite hard to wash your hands badly. It's sticky, so you have to wash it off - taking the bacteria with it," she says. "Soap doesn't kill bacteria, it gets rid of them," she says. "This is because one end of the soap molecule attaches to water while the other end attaches to dirt. So, as you rinse your soap-covered hands, the water strips off the soap, taking the dirt with it."
Washing your hands for 15 seconds with soap is the recommended technique, according to the NHS. This image clearly notes that there is far less white than when Agg washed her hands for less time with soap. "You should wash for 15 seconds because you need that time to clean all the little bits of your hands," says Dr Ackerley.
Lastly, Agg tried washing her hands with soap for 30 seconds. "I cannot stress enough how unnaturally long this felt," she explains."With a very careful technique or washing for much longer you get rid of the remaining few bacteria, but it's getting rid of the majority that matters," Dr Curtis notes.
What technique do you typically use?
Source: Daily Mail
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