WE HAVE FOUND A LOT
Everybody knows the stories about the dirty airplane seats, the screen of your phone or the keyboard of your computer. Let alone, the keyboard of a public computer. We have been gathering those stories and research findings and want to present them to everybody that is interested in Coolhands. Because we know that once you have used our products, you know they are the solution to all of this dirty stuff we have to work with.
- What to do in an airplane before you eat?
- How to to take care of bacteria in public transportation?
- What’s dirtier, your phone or a public toilet?
RESEARCH ON THE SUBJECT
Coolhands products are cosmetic products and not positioned as disinfecting. However, we were very curious about the possibilities of our product and the ingredients we are using. Therefor we have asked a well known Dutch research institute to do some tests. One of our partners GICC LLC from the USA, delivers the ingredient Path-Away. We’ve tested the effectiveness of Path-Away on a couple of common bacteria. We were amazed about the results. Please have a look at the report if you’re interested.
Dit is het vuilste plekje in een vliegtuig (en het is niet het toilet) Een studie van de online reistool Travelmath wilde nagaan welk plekje in een vliegtuig de meeste bacteriën bevat. Microbiologen namen daarom staaltjes bij vliegtuigen van vijf verschillende maatschappijen en ontdekten zo dat niet de doorspoelknop van het toilet of de veiligheidsgordel de minst hygiënische plaats is, [...]
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD, AUSTRALIA June 28, 2016 Humans aren't the only creatures moving on the public transport network. Bacteria are also riding the city's roads and rails. Which raises the question: what bacterial passenger did you pick up when you grabbed the handrail this morning? The short answer is we don't know. But we could soon find out. An international consortium [...]
ANWB tested 50 public toilets on Dutch highways. The results were astonishing. Find the results of the test in the enclosed document here. Source: ANWB
How clean is your car? Steering wheels have nine times more germs than public toilet seat Keep this in mind next time you make a pit stop at a fast-food drive-through - the steering wheel of your car harbours nine times more germs than a public toilet seat. Research has found that while 80 bacteria lurk on each square inch [...]