Has anyone else noticed the level of grime accumulating on dyson airblades in public bathrooms? The design blows the water from your hands all over the base of the machine where it pools and degrades the plastic casing. Even in the updated design for the smaller, wall mounted airblade V, the water blows all over the floor and walls making quite a mess.
I initially thought the airblade was a great way to dry your hands quickly without using reams and reams of paper towel but with these machines potentially having to be replaced due the mess they make, are they really doing any good?
(This is just a pic I found while during a cursory google search, but isn’t dissimilar from what I’ve seen out and about)