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Use Antbacterial Gel in Your Bathroom

Our house is 100 years old and any activity on the plumbing affects the water pressure. When someone is in the shower, it is a big problem. I have added anti-bacterial gel next to the sink so if you need to "wash" your hands, the person in the shower doesn't get scalded.

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By Jo Anne from Louisville, KY

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March 4, 20090 found this helpful

Excellent! I love hand sanitizers, they are the quickest way to clean your hands. There is lots of research proving the reduction in disease transmission for health care workers, but for soap and water? None!
When washing your hands, what I learned in school I never forgot: be sure to rub your fingerprints of your thumbs and forefingers together. Not with both hands together, but with the hand gesture that signals 'money' or 'rich'.

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