How do you achieve the right level of softness in your disposable hygiene products? It’s a question many manufacturers of baby diapers, feminine pads, and adult incontinence products have. Not only is softness key to keeping consumers comfortable and coming back to buy your products again, the use of soft substrates also needs to be cost effective for your business.
In this episode of “Attached to Hygiene,” host Jack Hughes leads a candid conversation with Morten-Rise Hansen, Business Development Director at Fibertex Personal Care, and Bostik’s own Nicolas Leulier, EMEA R&D Director for the Global Nonwovens Business Unit, that will give you an insider’s perspective about softness in nonwoven products.
- The most important components impacting softness
- The role culture plays in a consumer’s perception of softness
- The balance of keeping cost down while achieving the desired level of softness
- Softness trends and innovations coming to the industry
- How choosing the right adhesive can support manufacturers’ softness goals
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Host: Jack Hughes
Music by Jonathan Boyle
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