SURVEY FINDS GAPS IN HYGIENE KNOWLEDGE

NEW YORK -- A recent survey conducted by Roper Starch Worldwide Research for the Soap Detergent Association here found some gaps in the American consumer's knowledge of health and hygiene.While the majority of Americans understand that it's important to keep kitchen and bathroom surfaces clean to maintain good health (91% and 88% respectively), most do not think regular dusting is important to their

NEW YORK -- A recent survey conducted by Roper Starch Worldwide Research for the Soap Detergent Association here found some gaps in the American consumer's knowledge of health and hygiene.

While the majority of Americans understand that it's important to keep kitchen and bathroom surfaces clean to maintain good health (91% and 88% respectively), most do not think regular dusting is important to their overall physical well-being. In fact, only 45% of respondents rank dusting as importa

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