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Soaps - Waste Not / Soap

Soaps - Waste Not
Soaps - Waste Not

Soap is the traditional washing compound made from oil fats and caustic alkali. It is one of the important cleaning products in our daily lives. However, current products have a defect of waste in that users are difficult to use up the whole lump of the soap. The thinning soap makes the user difficult to grab and use so that the rest of the soap is usually discarded. To improve the shortcoming, this innovative design adds a piece of fiber towel inside the soap. It provides a base that the soap can adhere to each other when it is thinning out, making the use of soap saving and efficient.

University

NanHua University

NanHua University
Zhongkeng Dalin Township Chiayi County, Taiwan

Design

NanHua University

NanHua University
Zhongkeng Dalin Township Chiayi County, Taiwan

Kao,Chi-Wen Kuo,Cheng-Tsung Shiao,Yu-Ting Huang,Guan-Lin