A new paper towel solution for kids with paper allergies
A paper towel tray that offers a cleaner, less abrasive alternative to regular paper towels can be made from recycled paper towels and offers kids with allergies relief from the paper towel-related health issues that many children face.
A team of researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, has developed a new paper towels tray that uses a unique blend of organic and synthetic ingredients to eliminate paper allergens and allergens that can cause skin rashes, eczema, hay fever and ecziness.
The team is currently working with scientists at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, to make the new paper roll-up tray available in the United States.
The new paper paper towel products are based on natural fibers that can be mixed with a mixture of organic oils, such as olive oil, and are available in flavors like vanilla and ginger.
These natural fibers are then heated to a high temperature, and when the mixture cools, the natural oils are replaced by natural plant oils that are then absorbed into the paper towels.
When the paper roll up tray is put on a tray, it absorbs the natural oil and the natural plants oils.
This process is called the “natural oil effect,” and the result is a tray that can easily be reused.
According to the researchers, the new tray is not just another paper towel that is made from paper and can be reused, but a completely different product.
The tray is made of a mixture that has been made from a mix of organic, synthetic and natural ingredients.
It is made up of a blend of oils that have been specially blended with the natural plant and animal oils, so that they are infused with the plant oils and are absorbed into paper towels by the skin.
This new tray comes with a protective lining, which is made with natural plant oil and can help protect the skin from the allergens.
It also features an anti-microbial coating, which prevents the paper to be stained with the chemicals that are used in the manufacture of paper towels, as well as a plastic casing that is a combination of recycled plastic and a biodegradable material.
According the researchers who developed the paper tray, their research team discovered that these paper roll ups are effective at removing paper allergides and can even prevent eczemias, hayfever and eczone, even though there is a small risk that the chemicals used in their production could become toxic to the skin if used in contact with skin.
These research findings could be the start of a new generation of paper roll upto the age of six years old.
According to the authors of the paper, these paper rolls are more effective at absorbing the natural ingredients and making the tray absorbable to the baby, and can also be made into a baby carrier for infants to hold onto, as it is not made of any harmful chemicals.
While the researchers are currently working on making a paper roll tray for use in the US market, this product is already available in Europe, Australia and South Africa, according to the press release.
This research has been published in the journal Bioinspiration & Biomimetics, and is available for download at: http://www.bioinspiration.com/articles/content/18/4/1365.full.pdf The study was supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy.
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