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Insist on hygiene in your washroom: use paper hand towels


Basic hand hygiene consists of thorough hand washing with water and soap, followed by careful hand drying.


Effi cient water absorption means that single use paper towels offer the best performance for avoiding bacterial con- tamination when hand drying.


Blowing of soiled water increases the risk of spreading bacteria in washrooms.


On average, the user of a jet air dryer is likely to be exposed to over 1000 times more micro-organisms than the user of a paper hand towel dispenser.


The World Health Organisation recom- mends to ‘dry hands thoroughly with single use towels’.


Read more on the Eurofi ns-Inlab Study: www.europeantissue.com/hygiene/newstudy/


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