Jet Air Dryers- Not Hygienic

If there is anything we became more aware of in 2020, it’s germs. Stopping the spread of germs. Why you want to practice good hygiene. How to properly clean to reduce germs. What products are the most effective in killing germs. Etc., etc. And, as things are reopening and we reenter a semblance of normalcy, this awareness continues. As we enter back into the workplace, start dining inside restaurants, travelling and shopping again, we are more aware than ever before of the need for good hygiene to protect ourselves and those around us from sickness. While many have been focusing on keeping stores, restaurant tables and office surfaces germ free with healthy cleaning practices, not too many have been discussing one very important area- the restroom. It’s easy to assume that since the bathroom is already associated with germs and bacteria, that we are already implementing the best practices for cleaning. And, yes, while you may be doing a bang-up job with how you clean the bathroom itself, germs could still be spreading at an alarming rate. How? Through hand drying machines. All the hand washing in the world may not do you a bit of good- nope, not even if you say your ABC’s while washing your hands to make sure they are adequately clean- simply due to the use of jet air dryers. Here’s some reasons why. • When a jet air dryer is used to dry your hands, water droplets that could contain bacteria and germs get …