|Industry||Disinfectant, Household chemicals, Cleaning products, Industrial cleaning|
John JeyesCambridge, England
|Products||Jeyes Fluid, Parozone, Bloo, Easy, Quickies, Kleen Off|
Dr. Woodman drew special attention to the scarlet fever cases treated in hospital, and pointed out that the whole of the deaths among them occurred in 1877. From 1877 to December 31st 1887, 241 cases of scarlet fever were treated by the medical officers at the sanatorium without a death."
Since 1877 Dr. Woodman's patients were given frequent warm baths with some Jeyes' Fluid added. This proved significant in the treatment of scarlet fever and the prevention of dropsy, which usually followed.
For the first time in its 130 years, Jeyes Fluid appeared on television screens with a £500,000 advertising campaign that was aired in the UK over the Easter bank holiday in 2011. This campaign was to widen the appeal of the brand, remind consumers of its versatility, and introduce the product to a new generation.
The product is pronounced as "Jays" Fluid.
|Name||EC-No||CAS-No||% Content||Risk Statements|
|4-chloro-m-cresol||200-431-6||59-50-7||5 - < 10%||Xn;R21/22 R43 Xi;R41 N;R50|
|Tar acids, (poly-)alkylphenol fraction||284-893-4||84989-05-9||5 - < 10%||T;R24/25. Xi;R38|
|Propan-2-ol||200-661-7||67-63-0||1 - < 2.5%||F;R11 Xi;R36 R67|
|Terpineol||232-268-1||8000-41-7||2.5 - < 5%||Xi;R38|
- Product fact sheet
- "Exclusive Licence: Ajax, Palmolive".
- "Exclusive Licence: Carex, Imperial Leather".
- "The History of Jeyes Fluid".
- "The British Medical Journal, 1888 vol 2". Br Med J 2 (1439): 173–4. July 1888. PMC 2197732. PMID 20752390.
- "Jeyes Fluid makes TV debut".
- Jeyes Fluid 5L x 4 (JP) safety data sheet