Net plus VAT gross incl. In public settings, yes, of course this makes sense. Kleenex Disposable Hand Towels : the ultimate in germ paranoia. However, no where does the CDC actually caution you to avoid evil cloth towels in your own home. . Practice Areas, service Center, copyright 2016 DocCheck Medizinbedarf und Logistik GmbH - All prices are in euros and subject to change without notice. This is just another mind game developed by a big old corporation who wants to cash in on all the germ fears created by big old corporations - antibacterial soap, disposable cleaning wipes, yadda. In doing so they are destroying our environment with tree-killing, greenhouse gas emission-spewing, landfill-populating disinfecting products (that actually make germs stronger) that generate the 'need' for more inane products. Similar 3-ply, extra soft, disposable towels 19, reduzierung zum DocCheck Katalogpreis 2017/2018, please choose a variant: Quantity: Details. Or as some have implied, a more sinister effort to facilitate increased purchasing? Medical devices may be subject to practical guidance where required by law.
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But at this rate I cannot recommend the hand towels and must find another more cost efficient and sanitary product. Here's their pitch: People in the.S. Our dear friends at Kleenex want you to think that you need protection from nasty cloth towels that, heck!, everyone in your family uses. . Think about it: you've all dried your clean hands on the same towel. Generally I have recommended this product; tradespeople that have come into our home to perform work and have had to use the lavatory have remarked how they would have to use the products in their home because of the sanitary nature of the products. I hopped on over to the CDC Web site, and lo and behold, as part of their 'Clean Hands Save Lives!' campaign (inspired by H1N1) they do, in broad, generalized terms, recommend drying your hands with a paper towel or air dryer to prevent spreading germs. . The CDC guidelines for hand washing recommends hand drying with a single-use towel. So it's come to this. We also employ "touchless" soap dispensers; the effort is to try to ensure sanitary cleaning methods in the bathrooms. What are you, savages?