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Do you like the water to be hot or cold when washing your hands?
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What do you do?

Edit: I like the poll results, so far so good
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Warm. Don't do cold unless it's boiling outside and I'd rather not burn myself.
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Why would I wash my hands?
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Cold
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Cold just not freezing cold
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warm water
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Hot.
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Depends on what is on my hands. If I was handling raw meat, eggs, and various oily/greasy substances, then I prefer warm to hot water. For everything else, I commonly use cold water.
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Warm.
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It can't be too hot or too cold
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27 / F / New Jersey, USA
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potentsativa wrote:

Why would I wash my hands?


It's a good thing I'm not shaking your hand.
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26 / F
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Warm
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I said warm, but...
I tend to turn the hot water on and wash my hands until it gets too hot then switch to cold water to finish washing my hands. So kind of in between.
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I transitionally make the water hotter and hotter for some reason. I think I sort of treat it like a hand bath!
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cold
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