handwash

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v handwash wash or launder by hand instead of with a machine "This delicate sweater must be handwashed"
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Usage


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Our problem is that we are make shampoo or handwashing liquid, in which we use sodium laurayl sulphate (SLS).
An August 2010 study conducted by the American Society for Microbiology and the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) showed that handwashing rates are up to 85 percent.
The history of habitual handwashing.
New Test Method for Determining the Bacteria-Eliminating Effectiveness of Food-Handler Handwash Formulations Using Hands of Adults.
1.1 This test method is designed to determine the relative effectiveness of two antimicrobial handwashing agents in reducing transient microorganisms using a controlled handwash.
Total Site Protection Eagle Provides Custom Tarps, Scaffold Sheeting, Shrinkwrap, Dust Collectors, Abatement Supplies, Decon Trailers, Handwash Stations, Netting, Black Max Fans, Power Tools, and much more.
Handwashing not second nature for docs.
David Lassman/The Post-Standard DANAE TALLINI, a registered nurse at Upstate University Hospital at Community General, demonstrates handwashing at a sink in a patient room.
The 2012 Healthy Handwashing Survey results are in: Most Americans are not properly washing their hands.
The 2012 Healthy Handwashing Survey results are in: Most Americans are not properly washing their hands .
Diamond Pet Foods failed on handwashing facilities, equipment maintenance, report says.
ThinkStock Images Frequent handwashing is one way to quell the spread of respiratory infections.
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