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WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 12, 2008 – More than eight out of ten Americans recognize that the cleaning products they buy are safe when used as directed, according to a survey for The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA). Among 1,013 adults surveyed for SDA by International Communications Research (ICR), a strong majority believe the cleaning products they use are “very safe” (27%) or “safe” (58%) when used as directed.
 
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75% of Americans say they regularly engage in spring cleaning, according to The Soap and Detergent Association’s (SDA) 2008 Spring Cleaning Survey, conducted by International Communications Research (ICR). That number is up considerably from SDA’s 2002 and 2007 surveys, when 65 percent said they regularly spring clean. Gender-wise, 86 % of women say they spring clean, compared to 68 %of the guys. Clearly, more people are seeing the value of a seasonal cleaning of house and home.
 
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2007 ASM/SDA Hand Hygiene Survey Results In a 2007 observational study sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) and The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA), slightly over three-quarters of men and women (77%) washed their hands in public restrooms – a six percent decline from a similar study conducted in 2005.
 
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Sep 06, 2007 09:12 AM
Students are receiving less-than-stellar grades on basic hand hygiene. Parents should hit the books too. School nurses and health professionals come out on top. And teachers aren’t far behind. These grades on hand hygiene come from the third Clean Hands Report CardSM issued by The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA).
 
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Sep 18, 2006 09:12 AM
America’s Clean Hands Report CardSM - Can’t Rise Above ‘C’ Level Our Latest Grade: C-Minus – More Education Needed, Says SDA Clean Hands Week September 17-23 is Time to Take a Refresher Course in Hygiene
 
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