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Comparison of different hand-drying methods: the potential for airborne microbe dispersal & contamination

//Comparison of different hand-drying methods: the potential for airborne microbe dispersal & contamination

Comparison of different hand-drying methods: the potential for airborne microbe dispersal & contamination

A University of Westminster peer-reviewed and published study suggests single use towels are the most hygienic way to dry hands after visiting the washroom

New research by the University of Westminster, commissioned by ETS, the European Tissue Symposium, suggests that single use towels are the most hygienic way to dry hands after visiting the washroom. Despite a trend for sophisticated drying machines in recent years it appears that traditional single use towels offer an unsurpassed level of hygiene when drying hands after visiting the washroom.

For a more complete description of the study, go to the page: http://europeantissue.com/hygiene/studies/comparison-of-different-hand-drying-methods-the-potential-for-airborne-microbe-dispersal-and-contamination/

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2015-11-23T14:54:14+00:00