“We are thrilled to focus on increasing our collection into retailers. It’s our way of ensuring that companies are using high quality products that won’t harm their consumers/employees.” Kristeen Church, co-founder of Static
New York, NY (PRWEB)
September 07, 2017
Static Schmatic will expand their collection into new retailers with their line of all-natural sprays, replacing toxic, aerosol cans. Static Schmatic’s new 12oz bottles will be used in backrooms, fitting rooms and around stores to decrease static cling and static shock for consumers. The product will decrease air pollutants due to their all natural ingredients. The product will be available for retailers on September 1, 2017.
Static Schmatic supports retailer brands efforts to be environmentally conscious and to look after the health of their employees and customers. A study conducted by Cone Communications shows that “57 percent would purchase a product if it was more socially or environmentally responsible.” In partnering with Static Schmatic, retailers are on the path of being more transparent with their consumers of the products they use. A 2012 study conducted by Siemens and McGraw-Hill Construction notes a growth in the importance of sustainability. The study tracked progress in sustainability and reported in three studies, noting that 42 percent of companies “say sustainability plays a key role in their business operations,” which is up from 18 percent in 2006.
A number of retailers currently use Static Schmatic instead of anti-static aerosol spray and report positive feedback to the co-founders on making the switch. Static Schmatic plans on partnering with additional stores within the coming years in order to support their sustainability efforts.
“We are thrilled to focus on increasing our collection into retailers. It’s our way of ensuring that companies are using high quality products that won’t harm their consumers/employees and the air they breathe,” states Kristeen Church, co-founder of Static Schmatic.
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