A shop in Jerusalem’s Old City has started offering a DIY kit for anyone looking for a more effective cleaning technique.
The rainbow-colored Toolbox Shop towels are designed to help the hand be cleaner and more efficient.
They’re made from a plastic and polyester blend, which gives them an extremely high amount of antibacterial activity.
The towels are currently available in two sizes: the small size, which can be used as a hand cleaner, and the large size, made from the same material as the hand wash, which is supposed to be used for more than just hand washing.
The towel is made of a cloth, which means it will absorb odors and stains while also absorbing stains, says the shop’s owner, Yossi Gal-On.
“The towels will also have a very strong antibacterial effect, so they are good for all types of stains, like on your hands,” he told Haaretz.
The toolbox shop in Beit-Ophir, which has been a popular hangout for many of Israel’s homeless for years.
The shop was founded by a woman who says she’s been homeless since she was 16.
She says she was a homeless man who spent a lot of time in shelters and eventually became homeless himself.
She has since found a job as a part-time shopkeeper in a small hotel.
She decided to start the shop after she noticed that there were a lot fewer towels in the market, and so she set up the shop to sell them for cheap.
“It started out selling two towels a day for 50 cents, and it took off,” she said.
The store now has three shops, and sells them at different prices depending on the type of customer.
“In the past, the towels had a very high price tag.
They had a sticker on them saying, ‘Handwash for five minutes at home.'”
But the price has come down a lot.
Now they’re available for a fraction of the price.
We hope to have the same price as in the past,” she added.”
We are selling a towel every day, but the price is much cheaper.
“Gal-On says she doesn’t sell the towel to tourists, but only the homeless who have trouble washing their hands.”
Tourists are not allowed to buy handwash at the shop, and we also don’t sell to those who can’t wash their hands on their own.
But we’re also selling to the homeless,” she explained.
In recent years, the popularity of the towel has increased.
In 2013, the Israeli government set up a program to provide handwashing materials to homeless people in the country.
Gal-on believes that the program is working, and that she is selling more towels now because she has to offer them to the community.
The owner of the shop said that the shop had been running out of handwashing supplies for a long time, and was considering going under, but eventually decided to go ahead with the business.”
When I first started, there were no handwashing towels in stock.
Now, I’m selling a lot more than the store used to,” she says.”
I think people are now more aware of our towel, and I feel good about it.
“The owner hopes that by making handwashing easier for the homeless, she will also help them keep the peace.