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Jaquar World Moscow organises event for architects and interior designers
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It was one of the first events immediately after the lifting of the lockdown where Jaquar World, Moscow invited the city’s leading architects, interior designers and industry influencers. The objective was to familiarise them with Jaquar as India’s largest bathroom fixtures manufacturing company.
How Jaquar is using Virtual Meetings after lock down as a competitive advantage
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In the wake of Coronavirus pandemic and the 3-month lockdown, Jaquar has emerged as a forerunner when it comes to customer convenience. It has launched virtual meetings to help customers decide on what to buy for their bathrooms from the comfort of their homes.
Workplace hygiene tips to follow in a post-COVID world
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It has been several months since the first nationwide lockdown was initiated earlier this year due to the pandemic. Since then, we’ve undergone a handful of series of lockdowns, and we are finally seeing different cities slowly opening up again. This means that many offices and workplaces are functioning again, even if it is in limited capacity. In such instances, following workplace hygiene is of the utmost importance. Maintaining such practices and setting certain guidelines will go a long way in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
Why you should invest in an automatic soap dispenser?
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With the growing need for safe hygiene during this global pandemic, bathroom sanitation is a rising concern for many. Especially since proper handwashing has been cited as an important practice to prevent COVID-19. For this reason, many are considering the adoption of sensor technology and contactless amenities in public and private spaces. This smart technology may be the future of bathrooms to prevent the transmission of germs and bacteria to the maximum extent.
The advantages of sensor taps
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The need for contact less technology and utilities has risen in order to maintain hygiene, which is paramount during this pandemic. This is especially important in bathrooms, both public and private, which is why people are turning to sensor taps. Research shows that faucets are the second-most bacteria-ridden spots in the majority of bathrooms, second to the toilet bowl. This is because faucets are used a frequent number of times throughout the day to rinse and clean our hands.
COVID-19 WILL BRING IN HANDS-FREE BATHROOM FIXTURES AT HOMES
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How will COVID-19 impact the bathroom design at homes?
Almost all the things in our bathrooms – the sink, the toilet, the bathtub, the toothbrush holder, and the white tile on the floor and on the walls, the towel rack – are designed the way they are, because of infectious diseases. During the late eighteen hundreds, all elements in the lavatory – bathtub, water closet, basin, and foot-baths – used to be encased in wood and had elaborate carvings. They were made to look like classy furniture in a room rather than a toilet as they did not want to reveal what they did in the bathroom.
A list of benefits of hot showers
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The number of searches for hot showers shot up in recent times as people attempted to figure out ways to reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19. It was assumed that hot water could kill the virus altogether. In reality, a shower with extremely hot water can be harmful to your skin. Moreover, the body’s temperature remains between the same range, no matter the temperature of the water. The way to fight the disease is to continue practising social distancing and frequent hand-washing.
How to make a homemade handwash ?
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COVID-19 has got all of us rushing to the store to buy handwash. Handwash has become the single most important commodity to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Because of this, handwash sales have skyrocketed the past few weeks and in many stores, handwash stocks are running out quickly too. So, why wait in line for hours to buy handwash, when you can make it yourself at home?
How to fix a leaking tap: a step-by-step guide
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You are bound to see a leaking tap in your home from time to time. With regular use, wear and tear is normal, and it’s important to fix a leaking tap sooner rather than later. This is because a leaking tap can actually result in the loss of quite an amount of water. Since we are in a lockdown, a plumber may not be available to address the issue. Which is why you can learn how to fix a leaking tap easily to repair it yourself.
Sanitizing bathrooms: what you need to know
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With the current healthcare crisis and the ongoing global pandemic, the coronavirus disease has ushered everyone into the safety of their homes. But with this, there has been an increase in the amount of time people spend at home. Alongside this, there is an increase in the number of people at home all at once. All of this amounts to the increased use of shared spaces, such as bathrooms.
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