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WHY JEYES'FTAJID IS PREFERRED

Every bottle of Jeyes' Fluid has the , same proved high germ-killing power. ! This is because every batch of Jeyes' Fluid undergoes a Redeal-Walker test on live bacteria (B. Typhosus) and must | show a co-efficiency of 5/7. The deodorising properties of Jeyes' Fluid are of secondary importance. The greatest value of Jeyes* Fluid lies in the protection it gives. .leyes Fluid is also a remarkable cleansing and purifying agent. Add Jeyes , Fluid as directed to all washing water, including the laundry. Jeyes' Sanitary Compounds, Ltd.. London. N.Z. DistribuI tors: W. and R. Smallbone, Ltd., WelI lington, Auckland, Christchurch and 1 Xwnedin. —Advt.

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WHY JEYES'FTAJID IS PREFERRED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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WHY JEYES'FTAJID IS PREFERRED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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