The 2011 Tork® Report reveals that the average human hand has more than 840,000 germs. Handwashing is an effective way to fight the spread of disease, and proper dispensers, towels, soap, and sanitizer products can help make a difference. Watch as an unwashed hand is tested with an ATP meter, a device that detects the level of microbial contamination on a surface in just seconds by measuring Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), a molecule found in all living organisms including bacteria. The hand is then washed with Tork foam soap and retested with the ATP meter, demonstrating how effective the simple act is in reducing germs.
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