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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Washing Hands ..... we all know that it is


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BanjoLink - Posted - 03/29/2020:  07:13:27


important and here is why and how it works.



youtube.com/watch?v=fRqJaZO5yW...=youtu.be

 

Frisco Fred - Posted - 03/29/2020:  09:24:13


quote:

Originally posted by BanjoLink

important and here is why and how it works.



youtube.com/watch?v=fRqJaZO5yW...=youtu.be

 






Thanks John...



A Doctors Without Borders sent me this short hand washing tutorial 



thumbs.gfycat.com/Happygolucky...icWOGOgzE

mander - Posted - 03/29/2020:  10:09:30


When I worked in the schools, teaching a child to wash their hands was the most difficult thing I ever had to teach anyone. I'd rather teach calculus.

BanjoLink - Posted - 03/29/2020:  10:26:38


quote:

Originally posted by Frisco Fred

quote:

Originally posted by BanjoLink

important and here is why and how it works.



youtube.com/watch?v=fRqJaZO5yW...=youtu.be

 






Thanks John...



A Doctors Without Borders sent me this short hand washing tutorial 



thumbs.gfycat.com/Happygolucky...icWOGOgzE






Fred ..... that is excellent.  I guess there is washing your hands and "really" washing your hands!

OldWhiteGuy - Posted - 03/29/2020:  12:12:54


If you listen in your head to Flint Hill Special, the second time Earl goes to the D-tuners youve got 28 seconds of hand washing, and you've heard ES
play a classic tune. win-win

Frisco Fred - Posted - 03/30/2020:  14:19:18


This is possibly the most important topic entry on BHO and yet it on drew a hundred some odd views.

... but what I really want to know is, who's been painting those big pictures on the sides of buildings?

BanjoLink - Posted - 03/30/2020:  21:59:58


quote:

Originally posted by Frisco Fred

This is possibly the most important topic entry on BHO and yet it on drew a hundred some odd views.



... but what I really want to know is, who's been painting those big pictures on the sides of buildings?






Seriously John ..... I have really started to pay attention to how I wash my hands.  Thanks for posting the video.

Nels - Posted - 03/31/2020:  04:28:48


oh ok ok .....can we take a shower now.........or do we just keep washing our hands?

Richard Hauser - Posted - 03/31/2020:  07:56:30


I am guessing all types of soap do not have the same disinfectant qualities. I had surgery a year or so ago, and I was directed to shower with a specific type of soap because it had excellent disinfectant qualities.

Tobus - Posted - 03/31/2020:  08:27:48


quote:

Originally posted by Richard Hauser

I am guessing all types of soap do not have the same disinfectant qualities. I had surgery a year or so ago, and I was directed to shower with a specific type of soap because it had excellent disinfectant qualities.






For the purpose of this coronavirus, no "disinfecting" soap need be used.  Regular old soap is the best thing.  As long as it has the surfactant quality of any other soap, it will strip the virus of its lipid outer layer, rendering it no longer viable.

BanjoLink - Posted - 03/31/2020:  12:26:02


quote:

Originally posted by Richard Hauser

I am guessing all types of soap do not have the same disinfectant qualities. I had surgery a year or so ago, and I was directed to shower with a specific type of soap because it had excellent disinfectant qualities.






Dick ..... go back and watch the link again.  It explains what Tobus said in his post.  That is why washing with soap is more effective than using a hand sanitizer.

bubbalouie - Posted - 03/31/2020:  15:50:22


There is a difference between washing your hands & cleaning an incision. 

Buddur - Posted - 03/31/2020:  16:15:34


Be sure to use anti-bacterial soap for best results.

A partner at work did an experiment with his kids and swabbed their hands and then swabbed petri dishes with agar for the following...
First - without any cleaning whatsoever,
Second - had them rub hand sanitizer on hands,
Third - had them wash with regular castile soap
Fourth - had them wash with antibacterial soap.

You can imagine how much growth was on the dish in which no cleaner was used. We all were amazed at how much growth was on the hand sanitizer petri dish, it was as if it didn't sanitize at all. The castile soap was similar, but the anti-bacterial soap hardly had any growth at all.

Tobus - Posted - 03/31/2020:  16:37:30


quote:

Originally posted by Buddur

Be sure to use anti-bacterial soap for best results.






For general hand-washing, maybe. But anti-bacterial has nothing to do with protecting against a virus. 

OldNavyGuy - Posted - 03/31/2020:  17:07:20


quote:

Originally posted by Buddur

Be sure to use anti-bacterial soap for best results.

 






Unnecessary.



Also, COVID-19 is a virus, not bacteria.



Regular soap and water, when used correctly, are fine for both.



cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/...tion.html



 



 


Edited by - OldNavyGuy on 03/31/2020 17:08:13

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