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New household products review: glittery clothing gets the laundry treatment

Novel cleaning devices and odor eliminators are among this month's roundup of new household products, including a laundry cleaner for glittery clothes and a spray freshener for dog beds. This shows that the sector is looking for new ways of making the house and clothes look their best.

Published By Datamonitor
29 May 2009
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New household products review: encouraging men to do household chores

This month's selection of new household goods finds an ethical and gender slant to new launches. While Spontex has released a line of cleaning implements that are targeted specifically at men, Seventh Generation is concentrating on green cleaners that have proven germ fighting action.

Published By Datamonitor
19 Nov 2009
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New household products review: wine gets new insurance policy

The perils of taking wine home in hold luggage as a holiday souvenir are addressed in an innovative product which heads this month's roundup of the latest novel household goods launches. In other news, a number of garment-specific laundry detergents have become available, and the coffee fragrance has entered the cleaning category.

Published By Datamonitor
03 Aug 2010
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New household products review: laundry gets germ-killing bonus

An antibacterial additive for laundry detergent and a cleaning solution for electronic gadgets are the picks of this month's novel launches in the household goods industry. Both products play on aspects of modern consumer lifestyles, with one tapping into current preoccupations with the threat of contagious diseases, and the other underlining the proliferation of electronic devices in households.

Published By Datamonitor
14 Nov 2010
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New household products review: toilet tissue and disposable cutlery tout their eco credentials

In this month's rundown of the latest novel product launches from the household goods industry, two manufacturers have the problem of unnecessary waste and packaging in their sights. While one company focuses on removing the paperboard cores from toilet paper rolls, another is leading the way with compostable disposable cutlery.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Dec 2010
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New household products review: batteries and bin liners enter eco arena

This month's look at the latest innovative product launches from the household goods industry sees environmental issues at the fore. Products including carbon neutral batteries and oxo-degradable bin liners show the continuing importance of sustainable, non-damaging materials and production methods in reaching environmentally aware consumers.

Published By Datamonitor
10 Feb 2011
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New household products review: shedding light on pet odors

Odor elimination features in this month's rundown of the latest household goods launches, with one producer suggesting that pet odors can be removed at the flick of a switch, while another has utilized volcanic crystals. Other novel launches include a household paper manufacturer optimizing the space in the center of toilet rolls, and another turning tissue into a medical testing kit.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Aug 2011
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New household products review: stackable detergent refills promote green credentials

Proving that developing environmentally friendly packaging that is easy to transport and recycle is very much a key issue, a new range of stackable and refillable detergent products has gone on sale in Italy. Other innovations in this month's roundup of the latest launches from the household goods industry are superfruit-inspired dish soaps and a scented candle that doubles as a mood light.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Nov 2011
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New household products review: air fresheners seek natural appeal with novel flower design

The latest decorative developments in air fresheners are highlighted in this month's summary of innovative launches from the household goods industry, as a new device looks to maintain user engagement and evoke the appeal of fresh cut flowers. Elsewhere, household paper towels that promise to be green both "inside and out" have hit stores, while insecticide is being inspired by correction tape.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Jul 2012

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