The History of Stools

May 10, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 51 Comments 

We often see them in bars, but other forms are also found in homes. Stools have become widely used furniture pieces, and they sure have a colorful and interesting history. You see, in England, a stool was originally a seat for just one person. Unlike chairs, stools have no back and can be transferred or moved.

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Show Me Your Room and I’ll Tell You Who You Are

May 9, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 44 Comments 

I'm just so tired.

Try to Google “what your room says about you”. See the results? A lot of personality test sites! Questions like “what color is your wall” or “do you still see your bedroom floor” are supposed to determine whether you’re a pigsty, a hippie, or a person with OCD. Well, as annoying as these sites may be, they’re kind of right. How your room looks will tell what kind of a person you are.

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What Hygiene Says About You

May 6, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 39 Comments 


People automatically have their pre-notion or judgment about you just by looking at your physical appearance. Just a mere five-second look at you and people can already come up with some theories about you or your lifestyle. Though they’re not entirely accurate, the way you look and how you smell will speak for you, whether you like what they exude or not. Thus, your personal hygiene would always say something about you.

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Prevent Accidents inside the House

May 4, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 38 Comments 

Scotney Castle

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What’s An Open-Door Policy?

May 3, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 39 Comments 

The Unknown (24/365)

The Open Door Policy (OPD) is both applied in foreign affairs and business management. In terms of foreign affairs, OPD was implemented around 1900 for the purpose of permitting Imperial powers to gain access to China. As a theory, OPD originated from British commercial practice.

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Childproofing Bathrooms

May 2, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 53 Comments 

Bathrooms can become a very dangerous place, especially for kids. Except when potty training, bathing, and brushing their teeth, children need to be blocked off from the bathrooms, as there are many potential risks. There’s the possibility of drowning even in just an inch-high of water in the tub, or slipping and falling. In North America alone, about 20,000 deaths were reported to have been caused by falls and slips. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) also reported that about 110 kids under the age of 5 have drowned in and around the house. Most cases involve children being left unattended in a bathtub. So it is really important to childproof bathrooms. Here are some important bathroom childproofing tips:

Choosing the Right Door

April 29, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 55 Comments 

door to new orleansIf you’re planning on renovating your home or place of business, one of the things you’d have to worry about is choosing the doors. It may sound like a pretty simple task, but once you’re faced with a catalog or aisles of doors to choose from, you’d probably be either overwhelmed, or confused. In choosing the right door, you need to consider some important things:

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Air Quality in Hospitals

April 28, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 29 Comments 

ICU room

Air quality in hospitals is a matter that needs to be taken very seriously. After all, hospitals mainly deal with healthcare. There are other factors why air quality should be strictly and constantly be maintained:

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Cleaning the Kids’ Room the Fun Way

April 27, 2011 · Posted in Infectious Control Systems · 39 Comments 


Cleaning the kids’ room can sometimes prove to be a challenge, especially when you want them to clean their rooms on their own. But instead of pestering your children every day with your constant whining and imposing, why not teach them instead? You cannot expect your kids to do something that they don’t see you do, right? It’s called “walking the talk” or “leading by example”. And instead of imposing on them, make cleaning fun. Here are a few tips on how to clean the kids’ room the fun way:

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Teaching Kids How to Brush Their Teeth

April 26, 2011 · Posted in Touchless Hygiene Systems · 36 Comments 


Brushing teeth is probably one of the most important things parents like you should teach your kids. This will save you the hassle of doing the brushing for them, or having to do several trips to the dentist. And let’s face it – children love sweets – whether it be chocolates, candies, or cookies, children love to snack on sweet food which can weaken and damage their teeth. Here are some useful tips on teaching kids how to brush their teeth:

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