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Who Were the First People to Use Currency?

The history of currency stretches back 40,000 years. The first currency was not money as we know it today but was rather the bartering of sought-after objects between different groups. As people and the world have evolved, so has money. Its form has changed over thousands of years from objects...

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How to Sanitize Books and Paper Documents

Books and paper documents are not always considered when it comes to cleaning and disinfecting. However, the SARS CoV-2 virus has put a spotlight on disinfecting all household items, including those you might have not previously thought about. This article will take a look at how to sanitize books and...

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What Are the Responsibilities of the Operator When Handling Cash?

A cash handler, also known as a cash operator, is a person that deals with large amounts of cash daily. Cash handling is a specialized occupation that involves counting, keeping track of, transporting, and depositing funds for a specific business or organization. However, the cash handling process may not always...

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How to Sanitize Money?

Contents The Importance of Cash Disinfection Today How to Disinfect Cash Washing banknotes Washing coins Dipping coin Soak coins in an olive oil bath Clean Cash Solutions for Businesses Conclusion Infectious diseases have been a major topic of conversation since the coronavirus pandemic began to sweep across the globe at...

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Why Should SPAs Use Towel Warmer Cabinets?

A hot towel warmer cabinet is a welcome addition to any spa business. Its purpose can be twofold - relaxation and disinfection.
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US Dollar Bill Faces

Presidents on bills have been around for many years. Here’s a look at the faces that can be found on American bills and coins.

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