Studies Show That Hand Dryers Cause More Harm than Good

Scientific research has recently found that the modern automatic hand-dryer is an evil germ spreading monstrosity.

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A long and in-depth study on the transportation of airborne germs and bacteria in bathrooms that feature an automatic hand-dryer of any style, has produced terrifying, conclusive evidence that may change the bathroom routines of every citizen on the earth.

Not only does the ‘jet-air’ and warm air style of hand dryers expel an annoying sound that echos off tiled public bathroom walls, they also spread millions of microscopic, single-celled organisms around the air in their immediate vicinity. After a person uses a toilet or any other types of waste receptacle in a bathroom, washes their hands and then places them inside or underneath the air of these dryers, not only do the germs get circulated into the air, they also land on surfaces, other people and the person who just used the automatic dryer.

The more diabolical of the two styles was noted to be the ‘jet-air’ style hand dryer. It is stated that the air around those types of dryers contained 4.5 times the amount of germs and bacteria than warm air dryers. The study also showed that the ‘jet-air’ or ‘death-dryer’ circulated 27 times the amount of airborne toxins than the old-fashioned paper or towel dispensing hand dryer.

Scientist tracked the paths and resting places of the germs by contaminating consenting test subjects with the Lactobacillus bacteria; a bacteria that is not commonly found in bathrooms. After the subjects were exposed to the harmless bacteria, scientists then directed them to use a ‘jet-air’, warm-air and towel dispenser hand dryer. The researchers then studied the locations and travel patters of the biotic pests, calculated the data and released the results to the public.

The automatic hand dryer has been harming the public since 1921, when R.B Hibbard, D.J Watrous and J.G Bassett first patented this device for the Airdry Corporation of Groton, New York. It is speculated whether or not the team of developers would have constructed this wicked device if they had possessed the knowledge modern humanity has acquired in the fields of medicine and microbiology.

This study was originally published in an issue of the Journal of Hospital Infection, on November 20, of this year. The subject matter was also a focal point at the Healthcare Infection Society International Conference that was held in Lyons, France.

 

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