Mar 19, 2012
Mar 19, 2012
Jan 16, 2012
Stock up on hand soap and sanitizer! This week- products for hand washing and hand hygiene are on sale! Keep germs at bay with frequent hand washing.
We have products for the home such as Dial Foam Hand Soap in Pump Bottles. ToiletPaperWorld.com stocks many products for handwashing in commercial bathrooms, such as the Gojo Foam Soap Starter Kit. Get both a dispenser and refill bottle for economical hand washing. This foam soap bottle has more than 1,700 uses per refill, so you won’t need to worry about constant maintenance!
Check out the hand soap and sanitizer sale– this week only at ToiletPaperWorld.com. We have many other restroom supply products, for your ordering convenience. Don’t wait- this sale ends Monday, January 23!
Sep 21, 2011
Please be advised: During the coming weeks, we are transitioning the Dermabrand Soap to the Boardwalk brand. The soap formula remains exactly the same, just the name & packaging will change. We are confident that you will be 100% satisfied with this replacement.
In the meantime, as we run through our stock, if you order the Dermabrand soap, you may receive the new Boardwalk item instead. After October 1st, Dermabrand products will no longer be available for purchase and will be fully replaced by the Boardwalk products.
The Boardwalk Hand Soap is a mild cleansing lotion. An economical alternative to expensive bar and lotion soaps and ineffective abrasive powders. This liquid hand soap cleans thoroughly, and produces abundant lather in hard or soft water.
Available in pink, white and antibacterial formulas.
Please note the following replacement products so that you can order the correct items:
Boardwalk Replacement Products
DER 410 : BWK 410 Pink Lotion Soap, Four 1-Gal Bottles
DER 420 : BWK 420 White Lotion Soap, Four 1-Gal Bottles
DER 430 : BWK 430 Antibacterial Lotion Soap, Four 1-Gal Bottles
DER 8100 : BWK 8100 Pink Lotion Soap, (12) 800-ml Refills
DER 8200 : BWK 8200 Antibacterial Lotion Soap, (12) 800-ml Refills
Contact Customer Service if you have questions: 1-877-402-6537.
Thank you for shopping with ToiletPaperWorld.com!
Mar 11, 2011
While browsing through Dial Hand Soap trying to decide which product to buy it became obvious that there is more to it than simply choosing a scent you like. There are antibacterial, hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, foaming soaps, and ‘kitchen use’ soaps – to name a few. But what do all of these mean, why might someone want foaming soap over standard liquid soap? What is the difference between antibacterial and antimicrobial? Continue reading to discover the soapy scoop!
Foaming Hand Soap – Dial Foaming Soap quickly gives your hands a rich lather compared to regular liquid hand soap. The secret to foaming hand soap is that most dispensers have two chambers: one with air and one with the soap. The soap foams up as it is dispensed because the air and soap are released through the same small spout – instantly making the soap foamy. Some people prefer the foam soap because liquid soap is easy to accidentally rinse down the drain before getting a good lather.
Antimicrobial Soap – Soap that is advertised as antimicrobial will kill micro-organisms that are typically found on the skin. However, strictly speaking anti-microbial soap might eliminate some common bacteria, but does not have as broad of a range against bacteria as an antibacterial soap.
Antibacterial Soap – Antibacterial soap on the other hand, is both antimicrobial and antibacterial. Antibacterial soap is generally more powerful than a soap that is advertised only as antimicrobial. A Dial antibacterial soap may help prevent germs from spreading, including the flu virus.
Hypoallergenic – Hypoallergenic hand soaps are gentler on skin and lack harsher ingredients that other soaps may contain. In general, hypoallergenic soaps avoid fragrances and coloring which can irritate sensitive skin, and use natural oils that soothe skin. Dial Soap for Sensitive Skin has a formula that combines the power of an antibacterial soap with the gentleness of a hypoallergenic soap.
Kitchen Use – You might occasionally see the word “Kitchen” in a soap product’s description or name. Soaps advertised for use in kitchens like Dial Complete Kitchen Antibacterial Foaming Soap generally have stronger antibacterial qualities that are aimed at killing E-coli and salmonella, more commonly found in kitchens, in addition to common bacteria.
Dial hand soap carries a wide variety of hand soaps for any handwashing needs you may have. Being informed about the different types of handsoaps hopefully will allow you to make more fitted decisions when making a purchase.
Feb 28, 2011
Start saving today! See the sale prices and products.
Some new products included on sale are Lysol Healthy Touch Hand Soap Systems, including dispensers and refills. These touchless hand soap dispensers automatically senses your hand and dispenses just enough soap for washing. Try these fresh smelling scented hand soaps: Cucumber Splash, Green Tea and Ginger, and Grapefruit.
Lysol® Healthy Touch™ soap kills 99.9% of bacteria as it is dispensed and is enriched with moisturizing ingredients.
Oct 21, 2010
Hey TPW Readers!
Looking for studies on restroom hygiene? Here’s a blog that has compiled a lot of recent information about bathroom habits and hygiene. Learning about the germs in public and private restrooms may change how you use them! Includes stats on hand washing and more ways to protect yourself.
Nov 20, 2009
Not many products get us more excited than toilet paper, but given the current flu epidemic; Provon Soap has officially curbed our enthusiasm. Provon Soap, manufactured by GOJO Industries (also the makers off Purell), was launched in 1989 and is marketed as a “cost-effective skin care product”.
Since its commencement twenty years ago, the brand has experienced much success and has racked up a die-hard customer base. In an industry where price points play a major role, this accomplishment is no small feat for a soap company.
Provon Soap offers a variety of products including soap dispensers and soap refills with formulas ranging from antimicrobial to sensitive skin, antibacterial to moisturizing, and even a foaming hair & body wash. According to Dave, a customer in Pennsylvania, “I’ve been using Provon for 15 years. It keeps my employees’ hands clean, sanitized, and healthy; and that little difference goes a long way in the office. Especially for that price, I wouldn’t ever consider switching.”
GOJO recommends pairing its Provon Soap products with its Purell Hand Sanitizing line to make a complete hand care solution.
Congratulations to Provon for its first successful twenty years – we wish you twenty more and thank you for making the world a cleaner, safer, and healthier place!
Aug 18, 2009
Kids (and parents!) have one more reason to dread going back to school this year – fear of contradicting the dreaded swine flu (H1N1) virus, especially given the fact the highest number of swine flu cases occurred in those between the ages of 5-24. Luckily, since schools broke for the summer last May, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has learned much more about the H1N1 virus and has published a new list of precautions that if followed, will significantly reduce the chances of another outbreak from occurring and will also keep students (and teachers) safely in the classroom. Follow the steps below to ensure a healthy and happy school year for all:
Stay home for at least 24 hours even after flu-like symptoms disappear
Once the symptoms of the flu disappear (fever, nausea, etc.) remain home for at least an additional 24-hours. Just because you feel 100%, doesn’t mean the flu has disappeared 100% from your body. Give it an extra 24 hours to be safe. Additionally, children under 5 years old and children in high-risk, high-contact facilities (daycare or childcare) should give themselves additional time to fully recover.
Practice good hand hygiene
The quickest and fastest way to spread the flu is through hand contact. Wash hands with soap & water for AT LEAST 20 SECONDS; especially every time you cough or sneeze. Teach your children to sing “Happy Birthday” to themselves twice when washing their hands as a good rule of thumb for a 20-second time frame.
Use Alcohol-based Hand sanitizers
The best hand cleaners are alcohol-based and contain at least 60% alcohol, such as Clorox Instant Hand Sanitizer. If the school’s policies do not allow alcohol based hand cleaners, alternative sanitizers should still be used, such as Care Wipes Alcohol-Free Wipes, however they will not be as effective.
Wipe ALL surfaces with disinfectants
Keyboards, doorknobs, and table tops are just a few of the most common places the flu virus can be spread from if touched. Therefore, these surfaces should be disinfected routinely. Try Clorox Disinfecting Wipes to easily tackle this important task.
Feb 11, 2009
As cold and flu season rears its ugly head in thousands of home across the US, it’s important to remember that you have the power to stop the cold or flu in its tracks in your home. Here are a few easy, quick tips that can help keep your home germ free, especially during this challenging time of year:
Wash Your Hands
Cold and flu viruses may be spread by indirect contact. Washing your hands is the best way to prevent getting sick, especially if you wash with an Antibacterial Soap. Keeping lots of Hand Sanitizer on hand is also a good bet for preventing illness.
Sanitize Common Areas
Doorknobs, toilets, trashcans, and countertops. These are the areas where germs can lurk and colds can be passed. To stop sickness in its tracks, use a disinfectant like Clorox to rid your home of bacteria, viruses, or other harmful germs. ToiletPaperWorld.com offers a great selection of disinfectants to help you get your home germ free.
Drink More Water
According to Webmed.com, water can help strengthen your immune system, keeping the flu at bay. And if you do get sick, water flushes your system, re-hydrates you and washes out the toxins. An adult should drink eight 8-ounce glasses of fluids each day. If the color of your urine is close to clear, then you are getting enough. If it’s deep yellow, drink more water.