Hand towels or air dryer when using public restrooms?
Which do you prefer? I prefer hand towels.
Hand towels are much more cleaner and safer.
Indeed, air dryers are heavily colonized by bacteria and fungi (as it provides a warm and humid environment within the dryer itself permitting optimum conditions for microbial growth), which are massively blown onto one's hands when it operates.
The newer versions of had dryers are much cleaner ave environmentally friendly, but i just can't get over my preference for paper towels. They just feel better.
Towels, no question. Even if hand dryers are improved to where hygiene isn't an issue, I still never feel like they're really drying my hands.
I prefer towels just because the hand dryers take so long to dry my hands. I do really like the new dyson ones though. They have so much power to them it only takes a few seconds and your hands are dry.
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