ETS says 'dry to prevent bacteria'

25th of November 2011

According to ETS, the European Tissue Paper Industry Association, paper hand towels have physical properties that allow the removal of bacteria along with moisture when they are rubbed against the hands.

Good hand hygiene depends on both effective hand washing and hand drying, as studies show residual moisture left on the hands after washing

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Dreumex One2clean cleans and conditions

25th of November 2011
Dreumex One2clean cleans and conditions

The newest addition to the Dreumex One2clean range is Wash & Care hand cleanser and conditioner that eliminates the need for moisturising creams.

The heavy-duty paste combines natural walnut shell scrubbers with penetrating moisturisers. It is effective for the removal of tar, grease, lubricants, diesel, brake fluid, cement, etc. The skin

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Stoko Refresh handy dispensers

25th of November 2011
Stoko Refresh handy dispensers

Stoko Refresh is a line of small, handy dispensers from Stoko Skin Care for hand hygiene, skin cleansing and skin care products - and also for toilet seat cleaning products.

One dispenser can handle lotion, gel, spray or foam - there is no need to change dispenser if product requirements change. Two sizes are available, for 500 ml and 1000 ml

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Tork hand soap promotes hygiene

25th of November 2011
Tork hand soap promotes hygiene

With the launch of its new foam soap range, Tork manufacturer SCA says it is making good hand hygiene practices easier to carry out.

The range comprises Tork Antimicrobial Foam Cleanser - a soap and disinfectant in one – plus two eco-labelled foam soaps.

All three products are housed in a dispenser that has been purpose-designed to allow

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Dutch responsible conduct code encourages cleaning best practice

25th of November 2011
Dutch responsible conduct code encourages cleaning best practice

Earlier this year, the Dutch contract cleaning association OSB introduced a Code of Responsible Market Conduct for the cleaning and window cleaning sectors. This came about as a result of strike action by the country's cleaning staff early in 2010 and was drawn up by various industry organisations.

The Code of Responsible Market Conduct for the

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Trained to clean in the Netherlands

25th of November 2011
Trained to clean in the Netherlands

Recently started secondary schools in cleaning are slowly becoming successful, explains Dutch reporter Anton Duisterwinkel.

Children often have a clear idea of what they want to do for a living: fire fighter, school teacher or vet, for instance. For teenagers, life is much less clear-cut and they often have a hard time selecting one of the many

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