Things like tissues and kitchen towels are designed so that they retain strength when wet. Flush a tissue or paper towel down the toilet and they will not break down, at least not easily, so they are a prime reason people's pipes get clogged.
Can germs go through a tissue?
Using a tissue will reduce the spread of germs whether it is an antiviral tissue or not. You still need to wash your hands well after using the tissue to avoid spreading germs.
Why is it called Kleenex?
Kleenex Tissue was originally designed in 1924 as a cold cream remover; hence, the "Kleen" portion of the word was coined to convey the cleansing purpose.
What are the blue dots on tissues?
Kleenex anti viral tissues have small blot dots. Each tissue features small blue dots on the interior layer, which signal they're antiviral.
Why is there glitter in Kleenex?
There is no glitter in any of the Kleenex Tissues, the gleaming light you may see on a Kleenex facial tissue is actually just the lotion drying off the tissue. It's safe to use!
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