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Synonyms for soap

money offered as a bribe

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rub soap all over, usually with the purpose of cleaning

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The survey results also indicated that infection was a top concern after surgery by the respondents having surgery or caring for recovering patients (69%), while one in three who have actually had surgery didn't realize they could use antibacterial soap for handwashing and general skin cleansing to kill germs that potentially cause infections before surgery or after returning home.
Remember: Colds and flu are caused by viruses--not bacteria--so banking on antibacterial soap as a safeguard against colds and flu won't be effective.
Anyone can participate by picking up an empty box from The Diplomat Radisson Blu Hotel, Bahrain or any DHL outlet, filling it with the following items: a T-shirt, cap, disposable razor, shaving cream, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste, hand towel, comb, antibacterial soap, shampoo, talcum powder (all listed on the box itself), and returning it to the hotel or DHL.
For example, I often ask students whether antibacterial soap works better than regular soap, and they predictably produce scientifically sound experimental designs.
Part VI covers consumer products such as antibacterial soap (triclosan), plastics, and insect repellent.
While sales of all liquid soap have increased by 20%, it's the antibacterial soap products that have really seen massive growth.
Antibacterial soap works, too, but isn't necessary, Meredith said.
Items which saw lower prices in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi were rice, lemons from South Africa, fish and salmon from Norway, white flour, sliced white bread, unshelled pistachio nuts, Dettol antibacterial soap, Clorex, Lux hand-wash and facial tissues, according to the Gulf News report.
Always wash your hands with antibacterial soap or hand rub before and after preparing food.
Wash your hands and toys with antibacterial soap every time you have sex.
Another study conducted at Colorado State University yielded similar conclusions, that alcohol-based hand sanitizers were as much as twice as effective as either regular soap or antibacterial soap at reducing germs on human hands.
According to one study conducted at Colorado State University, alcohol-based hand sanitizers were as much as twice as effective as either regular soap or antibacterial soap at reducing germs on human hands.
Then I switched to Ivory bar soap from an antibacterial soap with triclosan that I had used for all those years.