The commercial hand-sanitizer used to clean the hands of many Americans can be made from household waste.
A commercial toilet paper maker, known for its disposable hand saniters, recently released a product that’s made from paper, paperboard and household trash cans.
The product, called commercial toilet soap, is made with a product known as polyethylene glycol.
The brand claims that it is “the most environmentally friendly, widely available, and most convenient soap available.”
In the commercial soap, the soap is made up of one part of a “queen’s hand” made of plastic or other waste.
The part of the hand made of polyethylenes is then combined with the other parts of the “queens hand” to create a hand soap.
The result is a soap that’s soft and moisturizing, with a scent that “lives for years,” according to the company.
The company also claims that its soap has been used for decades in countries including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.