How Do I Wash My Feet During Coronavirus Outbreak? A Hand-washing Expert Weighs In
There are hundreds of articles, graphics, and videos on how to properly wash your hands to prevent against cold, flu, and coronavirus illness. But what about washing your feet? Hand-washing Expert, Dr. Scrubba D. Dub, has the following tips and guidelines for your feet.
- Handsoap is great for your hands, but feetsoap should be used for your feet.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed feet.
- Use Feet Sanitizer when you can’t use soap and water
When To Wash Your Feet
- Before, during, and after walking
- Before eating food with your feet
- After using the toilet and flushing with your big toe
- After using your foot to pet your animal
How To Wash Your Feet
- Wet your feet with clean, running water, apply soap.
- Lather your feet by rubbing them together with the soap. Lather the tops, bottoms, between your tootsies, and under your nails.
- Scrub your feet for at least 20 seconds. Hum “These Boots Are Made for Walking” song.
- Rinse your feet well under clean, running water
- Dry your feet using a clean towel, or air dry them.