Thursday, February 4, 2010

Soap

When does one soap-up their hands? Before turning on the water? After?
I prefer after, but have observed quite a few "before's" recently...
Is there a protocol?

6 comments:

Jon said...

I was always taught to soap up your hands after. It's a lot harder to get suds if your hands aren't wet.

Kristie Lynne said...

Ya, I wet my hands, then lather. Always. But I have seen premature latherers out there. Just nonsense.

Tanisha said...

get the soap in the middle of my hand, turn on the water, splash a little water in with the soap, lather, then rinse. no particular reason why i do it this way, i just do.

Kappyt3 said...

What's soap?

Dave said...

What if you wet one hand and soap the other hand? Because, I seriously do that at my work. "How?" you might axe yourself. Easy. I have automatic faucet and soap dispenser. Today I actually noticed that I get one hand wet and the other one soapy at the same time, then I proceed to lather.

Larissa said...

Dave (do I know this Dave?!?) - the blessed benefits of technology! What a novel idea - soap and wet at the same time - genius!