You’ve surely seen them many times — those folks who scurry past the sink after using a public toilet or give their hands no more than a quick, soap-free rinse. These days, that’s risking public disease. The rapid spread of coronavirus around the world has underscored the importance of washing your hands frequently and doing it right. But what’s the best way to scrub away disease-causing germs? And how long does it take? Please see our home-made video details the best way. After washing your hands, it’s important to dry them off completely and turn off the faucet with a paper towel. It’s an important — and easy — way to prevent disease from spreading, and it’s important even when you aren’t sick.