1) put NON-antibacterial soap on your DRY hands and rub
[antibacterial soap kills 0% more germs on your hands. yes 0% because triclosan takes 8 full minutes to work. who the hell washes their hands for 8 minutes? it's been proven to actually make you sick more often because it gives you a false sense of security]
[antibacterial soap is a contributing factor of these super germs you hear about]
[soap is an emulsifier and will grab the oils from your hands then rinse away in water. adding water will only distract the soap]
2) turn on the COLD water and rinse
[it keeps your hands from cracking and hot water doesnt kill any germs on your hands. c'mon did you think you were boiling your hands for 2 minutes in a stove?]
Method does not put triclosan (the antibacterial chemical) in their soaps. You can find them at Target or at drugstore.com
When I wash my hands at other people's houses and I see antibacterial soap, I automatically think they are tools. Don't fall for the marketing bullshit and listen to me.
Your water district will give you free sink aerators for the bathroom and kitchen if you ask. They reduce the rate of water that flows out of the faucet.