May 4, 2012
In “rest rooms” everywhere there are millions of people trying to dry their hands, assuming they washed them after using the facilities. Most of them will grab 3, 4, maybe half a dozen squares of paper towel, assuming there isn’t an “hot” air electric dryer (that’s a whole different story) and still not get their hands properly dry.
The key is – Shake. Fold.
Shake your hands twelve times. Why twelve, it’s the biggest number of just one syllable in English.
Fold a single square of paper towel in half and dry.
We could save millions of tonnes of paper wasted on drying our hands.
Next year, toilet paper.