The European Central Bank has bribed, washed, tested how to deal with extremely low and high temperatures, by chance. Result? The euro banknote, which is the official currency of 19 European Union (EU) countries, has transferred everything. If we make a short start, his only problem is that he is not "resistant" to miserable owners.
The European Central Bank (ECB), based in Frankfurt, has a special laboratory to check the resilience of the euro banknote in various circumstances before it is released.
They released a video on how they test the behavior of banknotes in case of friction, crumbling, ironing, washing in a machine, contact with strong chemicals, prolonged exposure to strong cold or heat. All the banknotes were unharmed. "Euro banknotes, last printed," found at the European Central Bank.
Video author: European Central Bank