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September - posted on 11/07/2011
Ewww! No if I just used the bathroom of course I use the sink in the bathroom, but for all other hand washing I tend to use the kitchen sink. However growing up my Mom hated when we washed our hands in the kitchen sink, why I'm not sure. I'm going to ask her tonight.
~â¥Little Miss - posted on 11/07/2011
I can see cross contamination if you just took a dump, stay in the bathroom and wash. But if I go out to the store, I always wash my hands before putting the groceries away....in the kitchen sink.
~â¥Little Miss - posted on 11/05/2011
A sink is a sink. Not really sure why you would not wash your hands in the kitchen sink and only use the bathroom. As long as you are using soap, and clean your sinks regularly I don't see the difference.
â¥âªMeganâ«â¥ - posted on 11/05/2011
I'm up at my MIL's and I had to change a diaper. I used the kitchen sink even though the bathroom one was approximately the same distance. I had to toss Lilli's diaper too and I didn't think that was bathroom trash.
Amanda - posted on 11/05/2011
I use the bathroom sink when I am closest to the bathroom, and the kitchen sink when closest to the kitchen. I have hand soap in both locations, so it's not a big deal to me either way. As long as the family is washing their hands, I'm down with that!
Michelle - posted on 11/02/2011
A sink is a sink. There's hand soap available at every sink. The kids mostly use the bathroom sink because they're still too short even with the stools but they can choose to wash their hands in any sink.
September - posted on 11/02/2011
Makes sense. I tend to use whichever is closer to whatever it is that I've been doing that then requires a hand washing. Although growing up my parents did not allow us to wash our hands in the kitchen sink, my Mom always told us that's what the bathroon sink is for...whatever.
Savvy Mama - posted on 11/02/2011
We use the kitchen sink to wash hands before cooking food. I almost always clean the sink real good before cooking (and counters) and then wash my hands there and start cooking.
The kids use the bathroom sink always because it is lower and easier for them to use.
I wash my hands in the bathroom after cleaning the litter pan, helping a child in there, using the toilet, cleaning the bathroom.... etc.