Touch-free Products Portray A Clean Image
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7/1/2011 - time 1:09
Sleek touch-free gadgets have been known to portray an upscale image that resonates with end users. People often believe that facilities that use touchless dispensers are more modern and user friendly and installing the devices can impress customers.
One strong benefit to using touch-free products is the perception that they are more hygienic and state-of-the-art.
Cross-contamination is important to many end users and is an even bigger issue in healthcare facilities, which was the first market to embrace touch-free technology. Following its inception, it was the germ-conscious public who was largely responsible for the popularity of this technology in public venues. By reducing the surface area one must touch in a public restroom, touch-free products ultimately help prevent the spread of germs.
End users feel touch-free is more sanitary and a plus for cleaning personnel is the fact that they are easier to clean.
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