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We will use crowdfunding to communicate the necessity and appeal of “disinfecting wet towels”, which are essential items until lifelines are restored!

Hijiri Healthcare Products Co., Ltd.
We will use crowdfunding to communicate the necessity and appeal of “disinfecting wet towels”, which are essential items until lifelines are restored!
Disinfecting wet towel for disaster situations “Disinfecting wet towel made on the spot” is now available on the purchase-type crowdfunding service “BOOSTER”
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Hijiri Healthcare Products Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director Hidemitsu Ozawa) is utilizing Parco Co., Ltd.’s purchase-type crowdfunding service “BOOSTER” to create “disinfecting wet towels made on the spot” (registered as a utility model). : No. 3226421) is now on sale.
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BOOSTER project of “disinfecting wet towels made on the spot” Project page URL:
https://camp-fire.jp/projects/view/697648
Project duration:
December 1, 2020 – January 31, 2020
Prepare for emergencies
Every year in the past few years, the country has experienced severe damage such as earthquakes and floods caused by linear rain belts. According to past experience, there are many cases where it takes more than a week from the occurrence of a disaster to the restoration of lifelines, and in the Kumamoto earthquake that occurred in 2016, 1. Lifelines such as water and gas cannot be used.
2. Relief from the Self-Defense Forces and other agencies is not reaching 3. Unable to travel to a place where bathing support is provided Due to these factors, approximately 60% of people were unable to take a bath in the first week after the earthquake.
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As a substitute for not being able to take a bath at home, some people have used bathing support provided by the Self-Defense Forces or local bathing facilities, or have been able to rent a bath at a relative’s or acquaintance’s house. It is said that around half of the people survived by wiping their bodies without taking a bath.
Nowadays, people have become more conscious of hygiene due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus, and there is an increasing need to have hygiene products that can be used immediately after a disaster occurs.
“Disinfecting wet towel made on the spot” is useful in times like these “Disinfecting wet towels made on the spot” can be used to wipe away dirt in times of disaster when water is not freely available and it is difficult to take a bath.
If you have one, you can get enough for the minimum 2 days, and if you have two, you can get more than 4 days worth of supplies, giving you peace of mind even in the event of a disaster where you can’t keep your surroundings clean.
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This is what previous disaster prevention wet towels had.
・Towel size is small
・It dries out during storage.
・Obtain a storage space
・Unable to dispose of garbage after use
This is a product with “disaster specifications” that solves these problems. [Image 5

Features of disinfectant wet towels made on the spot
・Ability to provide a wide range of hygiene care at evacuation centers, etc. in the event of a disaster
・Compact size that does not take up space for stockpiling or storage ・Easy to use as it doesn’t break easily when wiping the whole body ・Ability to hygienically dispose of used towels
・Ingredients do not evaporate or dry during storage
Official PV of the product
The official video explains in detail how to make and use the product.
[Video 2: https://prtimes.jp/api/movieim.php?url=www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKIP3Qq4h34] This is the point!
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Useful in situations like this
Usage example 1. Hygiene management during evacuation
For wiping dirt when evacuating through sewage or muddy water. Usage example 2. During water outage due to disaster
For cleaning when it is difficult to take a bath due to water outage Use example 3. Hygiene management within evacuation centers
For hygiene management of common areas such as evacuation centers (eating spaces, handrails, toilets, etc.)
Usage example 4. As a carry-on item during rescue operations. It can be used as a carry-on item during rescue operations, recovery operations, and reporting activities in disaster-stricken areas where water is not freely available.
Certification/award history
September 2022: Received the 4th Disaster Prevention Goods Award, Sanitary Products Category Excellence Award
January 2023: Obtained certification for recommended disaster prevention products.
What is crowdfunding site BOOSTER?
PARCO Co., Ltd., which operates fashion buildings PARCO all over the country, is a crowdfunding site for teams who want to spread their products to the world, with the theme of “A market to support ideas that accelerates the future.”
[Product overview] Disinfecting wet towel made on the spot Contents: Charmist pouch 25ml x 2 packs, large compressed towel x 2, plastic bag x 1
Charmist ingredients: RO pure water, stable sodium hypochlorite (weakly alkaline, effective chlorine concentration 100ppm)
Package size: Height 13cm x Width 13cm x Thickness 1cm Package weight: 100gBOOSTER project page URL:
https://camp-fire.jp/projects/view/697648 Project sales quantity: 2 pieces ~
[Company Profile] Company name: Hijiri Healthcare Products Co., Ltd. (Merged with Positivist Co., Ltd. from December 1, 2020) Established: December 2000 Location: 2nd floor, PROTEX Building, 3-23-3 Shinmachi, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo
Representative: Representative Director Hidemitsu Ozawa
Company website: https://www.hijiri-hp.co.jp
More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000009.000050752.html



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