Soap dilemma. I usually have antibacterial soap in the kitchen and bathroom. I have been given a posh hand soap which smells great and is expensive but it's not antibacterial. Where does it go - kitchen or bathroom? Which room needs antibacterial stuff less? Where you make food or where you go to the loo? Don't want to not use it cos it's a lovely gift. This is perplexing me.
Antibacterial soap is really bad for your skin and completely unnecessary from a hygiene point of view. If hands are washed throughly with soap and water and then dried properly that is sufficient. So put your posh soap in whichever room where you'll enjoy using it!
Bin the anti bac and pop down your chemist or TKMaxx and buy another luscious bar of soap. Problem solved, everyone does a better job of hand washing when the soap smells nice and anti bac is nasty stuff.
Ok as long as I'm not going to poison anyone with my germs eyeroll Put it where your antibac soap is and chuck the antibac in the bin as it doesn't do a think apart from helping bacteria build a resistance