SOAP IN FORM OF SHEETS FOR INDIVIDUAL WASH (Oct, 1923)
SOAP IN FORM OF SHEETS FOR INDIVIDUAL WASH
Intended for office buildings, shops, and public places generally, a new “sheet soap” is dispensed from cabinets in somewhat the same manner as paper towels. The sheets are about 2 by 3 inches, and may be folded or rolled repeatedly, without tearing. It is claimed, in ad-dition, that the sheets will not attract insects, and may be printed for advertising purposes. Another form of soap is like a tablet and can be crushed open, permitting the user to spread it as a paste over his hands.