Having clean hands shouldn't be a chore. In fact, Borwein warns that it's not even equally effective as an old-fashioned hand washing. Hands should be washed for a minimum of 20 seconds all together (rinsing and lathering) - longer if the hands are visibly soiled. Washing hands should be a continuous habit to stay away from infections.

Cup your hands and lock the fingers on your right hand into the left palm and vice versa, such that the back of your fingers get into contact with the opposite palm. Using clean, running water for this step is also important, since it prevents hands from becoming recontaminated.

Now wash between the fingers and make sure to get the back of your hands where germs often reside. It is important to do the full 20 seconds, and most of us are probably learning we don't typically wash our hands for that long. Put soap on your hands and wash hands happy birthday for 20 seconds.

5. Now scrub your hands together for at least 20 seconds. Rinse your hands well under clean, running water. The two major takeaways from the CDC's guidance on proper hand-washing are: You should wash your hands, and you should wash them often. 2. Apply soap to your hands.

On top of that, in 2016, the Food and Drug Administration banned the sale of soaps with 19 antibacterial chemicals, saying the industry had failed to prove they were safe to use over the long term or more effective than using ordinary soap and water.
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