Brosch Direct Blog

Here at Brosch Direct we want to help our customers understand our products and use the correct product for the task at hand. Below you will find a wide selection of articles to assist you in your buying experience. Don't forget if you have any questions simply use our online chat option, email us at sales@broschdirect.com or call our trained sales team on 01733 230 230.

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With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic in China and the other cases reported around the world, the head of the World Health Organisation’s Health Emergencies Programme has said the “whole world needs to be on alert” in order to fight the spread of the virus. The WHO have also advised people on how to protect themselves and those around them from the disease. This includes following recommended hand hygiene processes, such as regularly washing hands with soap and water, a

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The UK Parliament has backed a Brexit deal and the UK will be leaving the EU on 31st January 2020.  This deal includes a transition period until at least 31st December 2020, allowing time for a trade deal to be agreed between UK and Europe. During this transition period the UK will effectively remain within the EU. What happens after the 31st December 2020 will depend upon the outcome of the trade negotiations. How does this affect Brosch Direct and its customers? We don&r

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To celebrate our 30th year, we are pleased to launch Brosch Direct’s brand new look, going live in September 2019. We believe it’s important for not only our service, but also our look to stand out from the crowd. That’s why you will be seeing a number of positive changes coming over the next few months. The first update we are excited to share with you is our vibrant new look. Moving away from green and black, our new logo has had a makeover with the introduction of orange

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Dental anxiety is an extremely common condition and according to new research by the Oral Health Foundation and Oral-B, 67% of Brits admit to being apprehensive when it comes to visiting the dentist. This fear is leaving patients at a greater risk of gum disease and early tooth loss, as well as emotional distress from low-self-esteem and insecurities due to damaged and discoloured teeth. We all know how important it is for patients to attend regular check-ups; so how can you, as

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When you have sensitive skin, or you take care of someone who does, it can be hard to know how you should go about taking care of it. Even the simplest thing, like the wrong laundry detergent, can cause a lot of pain and stress. Don’t worry, though, we have 6 basic tips that will get you on the right path when it comes to washing clothes and linen for sensitive skin! 1. Wash All Clothes Before Use Whether it’s you who has sensitive skin, or you care for children or e

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The rise of the social media has been sudden and explosive; the social media ‘influencer’ now has an effect upon every facet of our lives from what we wear to what we eat, and now even how we clean! Cleaning and ‘de-cluttering’ Instagram’s are some of the quickest growing accounts right now, and Marie Kondo has her own show dedicated to just that. Not only do these influencers show people how to clean; they are affecting the market, too, by suggestin

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Spring is just beginning to bloom, and that means one thing; it’s time to dust away the cobwebs with some serious spring cleaning. Getting your home to sparkle needn’t be difficult! Following suggestions made by followers on our Facebook page we have compiled 5 essential cleaning tips that will make washing away the dust and dirt of last year a breeze. 1. Get Rid Of Pet Hair With Scouring Gloves Getting pet hair out of carpets and couches can be tricky

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International Women’s Day, is a day we celebrate the amazing achievements women have made in every aspect of life. From campaigning for women’s rights in the U.S. in the 1800’s, winning a Nobel Peace Prize in the early 1900’s to establishing a mandate for the UN Commission to set standards of Women’s rights in 1946.  We have watched as the first female ambassador, first female judge, first female prime minister, first female CEO were appointed- how fa

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Glove standards are often a grey area within certain sectors, with buyers not quite sure what they should be looking out for and what the different standards mean, we hope to clear that up with our guide to the most common disposable glove standards to look out for when buying medical grade gloves. CE Marking Non-sterile medical grade examination gloves are classified as a Class 1 medical device and therefore must carry a CE marking on their packaging. BS EN 455

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There is often a lot of confusion as to what medical grade disposable gloves you should be using. Here’s our simple guide to help make things a bit clearer. Vinyl Medical Grade Gloves Manufactured from a plastic called PVC, they are latex free, helping to reduce the risk of allergic reactions. Our Vinyl range is competitively priced and offers the user protection from weak chemicals and biological hazards and is ideal for low-risk applications. Nitrile Medical Grade Gloves

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