Keeping hands clean is one of the easy and important steps to avoid disease and spread bacteria to others. Many diseases spread because they do not wash their hands with soap and clean running water.
If clean water is not yet as acceptable as many in some areas, use existing soap and clean water. If soap and water are not available, at least use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer or so-called hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean the hands.
How to wash hands properly? According to the World Health Organization (WHO), there are 11 steps to washing hands right, but we are concise to make it easier to remember! Here are the steps.
1. Wet your hands with clean running water
2. Rub the soap into the palm, back of hands and between fingers
3. Don’t forget to clean the bottom of the nails
4. Then rinse your hands with clean running water
5. Dry your hands with a tissue or towel
When you start washing your hands, make sure to turn off the tap so that the water isn’t wasted. The water used to wash hands, besides having to be clean, must also go through water channels that are trusted and safe. Well, did you know that for this clean water channel, Rucika Standard PVC pipe which has calcium zinc and has been certified Green Label Indonesia has proven safe for use in various high rise buildings, housing or clean water installations in public facilities. Through the right water pipes, your hygiene and health will also be maintained!