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Do You Prefer Hand Dryers Over Paper Towels?

We all know that public toilets are infested with bacteria, but are you aware that every single time you use an electric hand dryer to dry your hands in a public toilet, you might be dispersing germs without realising. What’s more you possibly your hands and body will also be sprayed with bacteria from other user’s hands. Three compelling reasons for using paper towels instead of Hand dryers:

  • Decline in hygiene: It is commonly observed that hand sanitation adherence would probably decline if tissue papers are not offered in washroom counters. People prefer tissues for wiping hands once they are through with their job rather than blow drying their hands.Sanitation - PeeBuddy
  • Contaminated areas: Tissues are the best choice for washrooms where infectivity is unchecked. Air movement promotes the spreading and microbes and increase contamination. Used Hand dryers in public washrooms are frequently contaminated and can release germs in their air flow.
  • Hand dryers make a poor sanitising choice: Hand dryers are the least efficient mode of removing germs from washed hands. Carry Feminine Hygiene Products like wet wipes to clean your hands if you do not want to touch the faucets or use the paper towels.

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Tips To Use Hand Sanitizers Effectively

There’s a proper way to make use of hand sanitizers and not many of us know about it. First and foremost its important that you pick the right kind of sanitizer/ hand disinfectant from the market. Make sure that the alcohol content exceeds 60% which suffices to kill the germs. Also, make sure that it has natural moisturisers added like aloevera for keeping your skin hydrated.

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Hands should be not be soiled or greasy: To use a hand sanitizer efficiently, ensure your hands look clean, devoid of any noticeable dirt and muck before application. Otherwise the sanitizer will not be able to kill the germs.

Squeeze out an adequate/generous amount of sanitizer into your palms: Almost two teaspoons. It should be enough to cover your palms, wrist, fingers and nails. The fluid should cover your entire hands and not just limited to your palms.

Vigorous rub: Rub the sanitizer vigorously all over your hands, palms, fingers, finger tips and especially nails for good thirty seconds. Once your hands are dried out, you’re done.

No Towel drying: For no reason wash your hands with water or dab them dry with a tissue or a towel after the use of the hand sanitizer as this will work against the effect of the product.

Read more at http://www.besthealthmag.ca/best-you/prevention/4-things-you-should-know-about-hand-sanitizers#I21q1b9jZABT81vW.99

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Let’s Train Our Child On Sanitation

Lets face it ….We Indians are infamous for lack of our civic sense. As citizens and as humans it is our duty to practice & preach good civic sense and clean habits that help in keeping our surroundings clean.

As parents its our first and foremost duty to train our kids about sanitation. Lets teach them how to be safe and sound and to keep our surroundings neat and clean.

• Wash…wash…and wash your hands after you go to washroom with a soap.
• Always carry your sanitizer with you and rub your handsproperly up and down criss and cross.
• Always remember to wash hands before having meals
• Lets be a role model for our kids and wash our hands & face every time we return home.
• Let them understand the meaning of cleanliness and ask them to pick the litter being thrown by them.
• While using a public or a shared toilet they should be taught on how to leave the toilet clean after use by using the flush and not soiling the seat.

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Monsoon Hygiene

I love Rain…You love Rain…We all love Rain…!

However Monsoons also prove to be a boon for all sorts of bacterias & Viruses.

Here are few tips to avoid infections during monsoon ….

  • Avoid road side food
  • We all love that but avoid walking through rainy water as it may lead to fungal infection
  • Eat hot food and hot drinks to avoid infection.
  • Use mosquito repellant patched and bands while moving out or inside the home.
  • Keep umbrellas, rain coats while going out
  • Eat healthy food and avoid junk food as junk food can get you stomach infection.
  • Increase your immunity by using cloves, ginger, garlic in your food.
  • Avoid eating leafy salad.
  • Avoid getting wet and keep an extra set of clothes for emergency.
  • Avoid swimming in pools as a precaution.
  • Keep hand sanitizers and paper soap in your bag.
  • Keep yourself clean and dry




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