Remember, even after they’re washed, your hands are only as clean as the towel used to dry them.
Again…????? Are we that dirty that after we wash our hands we cannot dry them on a shared fabric towel that gets washed at regular intervals. What’s next? Disposable bath towels? Now that sounds so ridiculous that maybe people considering the “usefulness” of the hand towels could be re-considering. Imagine this man wrapped in a giant Kleenex towel. Not the most pleasant thought.
This is another product that makes me think “Would rich people buy this?” and the answer is no. They have nice cotton towels that are washed. They save their money instead of wasting it. These products are designed for the masses to buy without thinking. I went to someones home last year that actually had these. It was propped on top of the towel rack (meant for real towels) and we were told it was available for us to try. I did not.
So if towels are really dirty (bah) then what are some real solutions. Ed Begley, Jr. apparently installed a hand dryer in his family bathroom. A little outside of the box but I kinda like it. In my imagination it’s a Dyson because they are soooo cool. It seems like they are installed in more public bathrooms all the time.For now I will continue the archaic practice of washing my family towels as needed.
Have you tried these? I promise not to judge. Those ad men know what they are doing.
The secret of happiness, you see, is not found in seeking more, but in developing the capacity to enjoy less. -Socrates