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Fragrance trends are not only affecting the way we like to adorn our bodies. Fashions in scented household products follow the latest trends too, according to IFRA UK, the fragrance association.
We are using homecare products, it seems, to conjure up memories or allow us to satisfy our wanderlust from home without straying from home.
One of the
A student entrepreneur has launched an app that allows washroom users to chat via text with other people on the loo.
The creator of Pooductive claims that the app will allow people to discuss their toilet habits with strangers from the safety of their toilet.
Developer Ricardo Gruber has released the app for free and is self-funding it following
CMS, the German professional cleaning exhibition, takes place in Berlin from September 22-25. The event opens with the presentation of the CMS Purus Awards for product design on the first day.
More than 16,000 visitors from 60 countries attended the last CMS in 2013. This year the organisers are seeking to make the event even more attractive to
Messe Berlin has a new networking tool for trade visitors attending CMS Berlin 2015, taking place from September 22-25.
While preparing for the fair this tool can be used to set up appointments and establish new business contacts before the event starts. The CMS networking tool has a database of suitable business contacts with profiles,
The survivors of a once numerous and feared profession - the dames pipi or "peepee ladies" who preside over public toilets in Paris - have been to court to defend their jobs from tourist-friendly progress.
A Dutch company has won the contract to manage the last four staffed public conveniences in the French capital. 2theloo plans to convert them
Two in five office workers have used another part of their body to exit the toilets at work to avoid getting germs from colleagues on their hands, according to a survey commissioned by Kimberly–Clark Professional.
The findings from the research, which was conducted among 303 office workers across England, revealed that most people who use