Re: 3-pot system confusion
Mark Arend (arend@CENTURYINTER.NET)
Wed, 3 Jun 1998 16:56:51 -0500
Well, now I'm really confused. Yesterday I posted the following:
>Can anyone remember off hand, is it
>Wash, sanitizer rinse, and then plain water rinse
>or is it
>Wash, plain water rinse, and then sanitizer rinse
To date I've gotten 5 votes for the first method, 13 for the second. Webelos
Leader training taught the first method; the DuPage County Health Dept. says
There's good authority & reasons on both sides so my guess is that it
doesn't make much difference which order it's done in. General consensus:
1--Wash water shouldn't be so hot that you can't put hands in it for a while.
2--Sanitizer rinse should be cool or luke warm--hot water disperses the
3--Plain water rinse should be very hot.
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