How to Wash Hands Properly

Firstly, wet your hands with water till the centre of the forearm. Apply soap or hand wash on your hands. Now, rub your palms together to get a good lather.

Now, rub the back of both hands by placing your right palm on the back of the left hand and interlacing outstretched fingers. Alternate the hands and repeat the process till you get foam on your hands. This process ensures that the area between the fingers is properly cleaned.

Place your palms together and interlace your fingers. Rub your hands together to clean your palms and fingers properly.

Now, bend the fingers of both hands and interlock them with the palms facing each other. Move the finger tips in opposite directions to clean the dirt (that might be present).

Clasp the thumb of one hand with the fingers of the other hand. Now rotate the fingers in a clockwise and anticlockwise fashion around the thumb. Repeat the process for the thumb of the other hand.

Bring the fingers together of one hand over the palm to form a sort of an apex. Place this on the palm of the opposite hand and rub in a circular motion. Repeat the process for the other hand.

Now clean the wrists of both the hands by clasping one hand over the wrist of the other and rubbing in a clockwise and anticlockwise fashion. Finally, rinse off the soap and wash hands well with clean water. more  

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Hygiene is extremely important in everyday life and more so in the handling of contact lenses - the excellent invisible aid to vision. more  
Thanks everyone.i will also share in some of the kids related circles more  
It is important to teach this to students at a tender age. more  
Thanks Shikha ji it is very informative....Regards more  
To educate basic things is only difficult task in the fast moving competitive world. Very Informative. Keep rocking.... more  
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