REX Education Empowers Barangays Through the Edukampyon Local Governance Webinar Series

The barangay is the basic level of governance or political unit that exists only in the Philippines. It serves as the primary planning and implementing unit of government policies, plans, programs, projects, and activities in the community. Recognizing their role as duty-bearers, Rex Education and the Center for Local Governance and Professional Development, Inc. (CLGPD) created the Edukampyon Local Governance Webinar Series.

With the call, “Alamin. Matuto. Makilahok,” the webinar series focused on helping barangay officials and local government units (LGUs) in deepening their understanding of their roles as public servants.

“What we aim for everyone to see is how policies and guidance from the top levels of our government are implemented on the ground with help and assistance from our local governments. What we want to leave behind with everyone is hope, borne of the realization that there are champions of education much closer to your homes, and that you too, can become champions of education,” said REX Education Chief Executive Officer Don Timothy Buhain during his opening message for one of the webinar episodes.

The webinar series is anchored on REX Education’s Edukampyon agenda: to champion education and help create an environment where every lifelong learner is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, challenged, and values-oriented. It also values the essential role of duty-bearers from various communities as Edukampyon themselves and contributors to nation-building.

This is where the critical role of the government comes in, as barangays and LGUs share in this task of championing education. As a partner in lifelong learning, REX Education provides platforms like the Edukampyon Local Governance Webinar Series to further push and ignite the passion for service of the nation’s servant-leaders, from the top to the grassroots, so they can serve their communities better.

A 9-Episode Series Seals Rex Education’s Support

This 9-episode series is a campaign to highlight the duties of LGU officials as champions of education. It also serves as an introduction and supporting material to Rex Education’s recent release, the Barangay Handbook on Leadership and Management, which is a set of handbooks covering laws, implementing rules and regulations (IRRs), program activities, and legal opinions for barangay officials to use as references. The first two episodes tackle policies, programs, and systems of early childhood care and development in the Philippines. Episodes 3 to 9 cover Barangay Governance; Barangay Social Services; Barangay

Fiscal Management; Barangay Justice, Security, and Disaster Preparedness; and Barangay Accountability.

Each episode features keynote speakers who shared their expert insights on each topic, including Hon. EpimacoDensing III, undersecretary for operations of the Department of Interior and Local Governance (DILG), who shared his expertise on Barangay Governance and the roles and responsibilities of the barangay officials under the Local Government Code of 1991; Kathrine Joyce Dellosa, medical officer for the Department of Health’s (DOH) Bureau of Local Health Systems and Development, who talked about the barangay framework when it comes to health response; Hon. Tonisito M.C. Umali, undersecretary for the Department of Education’s (DepEd) Legislative Affairs, External Partnerships, and Project Management Service, who covered learning continuity initiatives; Brenda Miranda and Mary Ann Rada of the Bureau of Local Government Finance (BLGF) on fiscal matters and budget management; Cheryl Navarro, disaster risk reduction focal person of the Department of the Interior and Local Government’s (DILG) National Barangay Operations Office; Elenida Del Rosario-Basug, director of the climate change service of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR); and Atty. Enrique Dela Cruz, Jr., municipal councilor of Baliuag, Bulacan and lecturer at the University of the Philippines National College of Public Administration and Governance.

Each episode also includes experiences and best practices shared by different barangay exemplars, to encourage and inspire other barangays and LGUs.

“Sana po mapalawignatin ang mgaimpormasyongito para alam ng atingmgakababayan ang importansiya ng barangay at ng local governance sapagpapatakbo ng atinggobyerno. At importante, kung gusto talaganatin ng tunaynapagbabago, kailanganmakiisa ng lahatsapagpapatakbo ng gobyerno. Tayo ang pagbabago (We hope can deepen everyone’s understanding about the importance of the barangays and local governance on the success of implementing government policies. If we want change, it’s important that everyone does their part to help the government. We are the change),” said Hon. EpimacoDensing III.

Watch the episodes of Edukampyon Local Governance Webinar Series on the official Facebook page of Rex Education.

The Barangay Handbook on Leadership and Management is available at Rex Bookstore branches nationwide or through

Uncomplicated Banking with Sterling Bank of Asia

Sterling Bank of Asia, one of the country’s leading thrift banks, offers a more accessible and easy-to-maintain bank account through its Solo Savings Account.

As the Bank continues to enable its current customers to perform banking transactions from the comforts of their homes or offices, interested new customers can also enjoy the same services by opening their own Sterling Bank account through their website.

“We are extending our excellent service to those unbanked, especially during this time, by making it easier and safer for them to open and manage their accounts through our digital facilities,” said Mr. Cecilio San Pedro, Sterling Bank’s President and CEO. “Whether they choose to visit our branches or do it via our online channels, they can still experience unparalleled quality service from our team,” San Pedro added.

Solo Savings account holders can access their funds, pay bills, and transfer money anywhere anytime. Aside from the opportunity to save while earning interest, they can also enjoy exclusive perks and privileges in over 30 million Visa-affiliated merchants worldwide and 45,000 BancNet-affiliated stores locally using their ShopNPay Visa Card.

Open your own Solo Savings Account now by clicking

For more information and updates about Sterling Bank of Asia, visit and download the Sterling Bank Online App to experience secure and convenient banking.

Kembot Nation: How to Join the Largest Baby Dance Group in the Philippines

Whenever we’re faced with unfamiliar situations, fear and anxiousness can take over us. Much like adults, babies experience feelings of uncertainty too. To build confidence and avoid timidity, we want to encourage Power Parents to let babies try new experiences that can positively impact their developmental growth. Studies have shown that dancing along to music has long-lasting benefits for babies, especially during the most critical period of their development.

One factor that can affect your baby’s health is diaper rashes. This condition not only affects their skin but also leaves them uncomfortable, keeping them from developmental milestones. But not to worry, Power Parents!

Pampers is dedicated to help Power Parents provide their babies a comfortable, healthy development. The NEW Pampers Rash Shield with Lotion with Aloe helps babies maintain good skin and overall health, so they can be their most active and be comfortable to kembot as much as they please. Pampers Pants provide an all-around protection from rashes because of the elevated skin health proposition, Rash Shield with ALOE ingredient, improved leg leak guard, skin protection cues & wider diaper perception, and new fresh aloe scent.

With the protection of the new Pampers Rash Shield with Lotion with Aloe, babies have adorably showcased how they kembot the rashes away with Pampers’ newest Kembot Nation jingle. Now, you and your babies can join in on the fun of the largest baby dance group!

We want to see how adorably cute your babies can kembot the rashes away. Simply go to the official Pampers Philippines TikTok page and record your baby’s kembot using the audio of the latest video. Don’t forget to use the hashtags #PampersPH and tag @PampersPH on TikTok.

Check out some of these amazing kembot moves from babies all over the nation!

With the added improved leg leak guard & skin protection cues of Pampers Rash Shield with Lotion with Aloe babies can’t help but to move and groove to the beat of the Kembot Nation jingle. You too can kembot along!

Protect your baby from the threats of rashes with each kembot to Lazada and Shopee! Purchase the NEW Pampers Pants with Rash Shield and Lotion with Aloe and be part of #PampersKembotNation!

MG Philippines Ushers in the Holiday Season with MG Live! Salubong: The Christmas Concert celebrates with Salubong Christmas concert

This Christmas, MG Philippines brings the finest OPM acts to the comfort and safety of your home with special online edition of MG Live! Entitled SALUBONG: THE CHRISTMAS CONCERT, which will be broadcasted online over on December 10 and December 11, 2021. MG Live! Salubong will feature top local musical acts including urban/hip-hop star CLR, rock quartet Sponge Cola, and the legendary Aegis band rounding off this roster extraordinary artists.

Music is cornerstone of MG’s brand identity and, since its launch in October 2018, MG Philippines has always championed and celebrated Original Pilipino Music (OPM) through its MG Live! concert series. This Christmas, MG Philippines brings the musical celebration straigth to your home with this extraordinary online concert and the very first MG Live! Online concert event. The health and safety of all remain as MG Philippines’ top priority during these times, but the British heritage car brand nonetheless finds ways to usher in the holiday spirit and cheer through music while upholding a safe and secure event.

“MG continues to bring extraordinary musical experiences to Filipino and we are proud to present MG Live! Salubong :The Christmas concert in celebration of the holiday season. We hope to bring cheer and warmth into every home through this online concert event, whcih we dedicate to Filipino families here and abroad, ” say Atty. Alberto B. Arcilla, president and CEO of MG Philippines. “MG has been associated with music since day one, and we are truly happy and excited to be able to stage Salubong – a truly one of a kind Christmas concert – in cooperation with our partners, for the enjoyment of all Filipinos this December.”

Salubong is an extraordinary musical experience that promises more than just great tunes. Beyond the power of the music, enjoy loads of fun content like behind the scenes exchanges with the musical artists, and a sing-along complete with lyrics onscreen; and you can even. Send shout-outs to anyone anywhere in the world. If you have a member of your family working abroad this holiday season, send them personalized greeting via Salubong , using the event’s Salu-Salo Social Wall comment and share board. Make your loved ones feel the warmth of home this December with MG LIve! Salubong: The Christmas Concert!

MG Live! Salubong: The Christmas Concert is brought to you by MG Philippines, in cooperation with Praxis and The Filipino Channel(TFC) Salubong is staged with top-notch technical production of ABS-CBN’s ASAP Studio 10, and the program is conceptualized by the best Filipino musical production minds under director Pail Alexei Basinillo.

Study Reveals One in Five Women Suffer from Constant Verbal Domestic Abuse

New research from global beauty company, Avon, and the NO MORE Foundation, reveals that more than a third of women (35%) have been affected by degrading comments made by an intimate partner.

The research surveyed over 8,300 women in eight countries, including the UK, Poland, and the Philippines. The study found that nearly two in every five respondents aged 25-34 are subjected to constant verbal abuse within their relationships – the highest among demographics.

The civil society-led campaign 16 days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence is an international movement that commences on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and ends on December 10, Human Rights Day.

In support of this cause, Avon and NO MORE are launching a global campaign to increase awareness against verbal abuse and its effects in relationships, which usually lead to coercive control and domestic violence.

Upon being asked if they know where to get help, 1 in 10 (11%) of the respondents reported that they do not know what to do or are too scared to do anything about their predicament. These factors contribute in the victims being stuck in abusive relationships.

Words Hurt Just as Much

Almost half (47%) of respondents have shared that the negative comments usually stem from their general appearance, with 1 in 5 (19%) experiencing this within the last month. Other reasons allude to their partners degrading their intelligence (43%), career (44%), weight (50%), or what they wear (50%). This trend becomes more common for those aged 25-34 compared to those aged 55+ which is only 10%.

More than half (55%) of the women also reported that their partners have deflected criticism against friends and family, which is a common tactic done by abusers to manipulate their victims to alienate them from other people outside the relationship.“Verbal abuse is a serious, prevalent issue that takes a huge and often long-lasting toll on the self-esteem and confidence of those who experience it,” shares NO MORE Foundation’s Global Executive Director, Pamela Zaballa, who goes on explaining that this system, if overlooked, trivialize, or tolerated, can often be a precursor to physical

violence. We’re proud to partner with Avon to promote an online portal providing crucial information and tools to learn to recognise the signs of verbal abuse, find help if needed, and become inspired by courageous survivors’ stories.”

Breaking the Cycle

Of those subjected to verbal abuse, about 16% had sought support, with 30% seeking help from a family member, and 26% reaching out to a friend. Interestingly, a small fraction have also acquired support from beauty therapists or hairdressers (2%), as well as their Avon Representatives (2%). These individuals, who are often outside of the influence of abusers, have become a critical lifeline for the victims.

This is why it became an initiative for Avon to offer special training to its 5 million Representatives worldwide, by providing them a toolkit with access to prevention, bystander, and support resources especially if they notice signs of verbal abuse within their communities.

More than a Woman’s Issue

Most women (81%) around the world believe that more should be done in educating young men regarding their beliefs and attitudes towards women.

In their continuous advocacy in breaking the silence around gender-based violence, Avon and NO MORE Foundation are gearing up to amplify their message in support of victim sand survivors.

The beauty brand and charity are encouraging people to sign a pledge to end verbal abuse. This can be signed by saying ‘Alexa, open the NO MORE skill’ to an Alexa device or online via the NO MORE Foundation website. Avon Philippines has also launched a range of fundraising products, including the Breast Cancer Promise Manual Foldable Umbrella, the Evita Watch, and the Laura Charm Bracelet.

Proceeds from the fundraising products will be donated to local NGOs that support women overcoming abuse including Luna Legal Center, Gender Watch Against Violence and Exploitation (GWAVE), Ing Makababaying Aksyon (IMA) Foundation, and Women’s Care Center, Inc. As part of Avon’s 135th anniversary, another $1.35 million will be donated in grants benefitting NGOs for women around the world.

Avon CEO, Angela Cretu, comments: “Over the last 15 years Avon has made it our mission to end violence against women and break down the wall of silence. We have also introduced a GBV Protocol and Ambassadors to support every associate who may be experiencing domestic abuse, for example offering them access to leave or facilitating conversations with managers.”

Cretu continues, “This 16 Days of Activism we are calling for people unsure of what verbal abuse is, to get to know the signs; for victims feeling isolated, to know they are not alone; and for those experiencing abuse, to seek necessary help.

For more information and to take your pledge, visit nomoreverbalabuse.orgDon’t have an Avon Representative? Visit or like and check out Avon Philippines on Facebook to find out how you can shop your favorite Avon products

PCPPI delivers on environment stewardship commitments

Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines, Inc. (PCPPI)—the exclusive manufacturer of PepsiCo beverages in the country—reaffirms its focus on sustainable business practices as it announced its recent wins on environmental protection and stewardship.

Recognizing the role of private sectors in minimizing plastic wastes that end up in the environment, PCPPI continues to practice light weighting to reduce their virgin plastic content in plastic packaging. The company said it had already reduced about 118 metric tons of plastic resin as of September 2021. This equates to almost six million single-serve Pepsi polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles. PCPPI has also saved 36,000 kilograms of carton as secondary packaging through the light weighting initiative.

“PCPPI has fervently elevated our business practices to benefit the environment and the people. It’s still a long journey towards achieving plastic neutrality, but we are happy to see that we are making remarkable progress and positive impact on the environment,” said PCPPI president and chief executive officer Frederick D. Ong.

In 2020, PCPPI was able to save 76 metric tons or about 3.8 million single-serve PET bottles.

Clean-up Drives

PCPPI is also bolstering its water stewardship initiatives through its participation in various localized coastal clean-up activities. The company’s regional offices in Batangas, La Union, Cagayan De Oro, and Davao partnered with local government units and Environment and Natural Resources offices to collect wastes along coastal areas and bodies of water.

The company also supported the community clean-up drives and waste management activities by providing segregation bins in Sto. Tomas, Batangas and Rosario, La Union.

For their part, PCPPI Cagayan De Oro volunteered to participate in the Limpyo Dagat Program of Cagayan De Oro City to clean the stretch of Cagayan de Oro coast. Since 2019, PCPPI is the only private organization participating in the said program.

As part of its water stewardship program, PCPPI has adopted six water-bodies to create and implement sustained and long-term protection projects, together with partner local government units.

 “The company respects water as its main resource and as everyone’s fundamental right. Through these activities, we are allowing our business to thrive sustainably, while benefitting the lives of the communities around us,” said Ong.

PCPPI is the exclusive manufacturer of well-known beverage brands in the Philippines: Pepsi-Cola, Mountain Dew, 7-Up, Mirinda, Mug, Gatorade, Tropicana, Lipton, Sting, Premier, Milkis, and Aquafina.

Sterling Bank of Asia supports San Juan’s BJMP Livelihood Program

In photo (L-R): Raquel Bumbay, VP-Marketing; Arlene Siongco, VP-Compensation and Benefits, Ethel
Peralta, VP-Management Support Services; JO2 Karl Julius C. Leano, BJMP representative; and Dan
Guevara, VP-Center for Learning

Sterling Bank of Asia (SBA) has selected San Juan City’s Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) as one of this year’s beneficiaries of their annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, the Kind
Heart Gives Campaign.

Persons Deprived of Liberty (PDL) of San Juan City’s BJMP showcased their craftsmanship in their parol- making project, which also serves as an opportunity for them to support themselves and their families financially. The “parol,” which is one of the most iconic symbols of Filipino Christmas, is a staple decoration in most houses.

“The parol is a great expression of the Filipinos’ faith and hope,” said Cecilio San Pedro, SBA’s President and CEO. “We’d like to take this opportunity to extend our support to the PDL’s of San Juan City as we move towards a brighter Christmas celebration in these challenging times,” San Pedro added.

During the announcement of the activity, Sterling Bank of Asia employees also ordered their own parols to bring home and hang in their homes.

“It is inspiring to see how our fellow employees happily bought their own parols as a way of helping these persons deprived of liberty,” said Dulce Edillor, SBA’s Human Resources Group Head. “From a company-led initiative, our fellow employees voluntarily involved themselves in the project,” exclaimed

To know more about Sterling Bank of Asia, visit


Duty Free Philippines is holding a mall-wide sale to usher in the joyous season of Christmas and to entice arriving international travelers to visit its flagship store at Duty Free Fiestamall in Paranaque City.

Duty Free shoppers get to enjoy several amazing deals and bargains from various participating brands and product categories, while Balikbayans and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) are in not just for a bigger treat, but double the treat! As a range of 30-50% discounts are offered on electronic items and appliances.

Balikbayan shoppers also get the chance to avail of FREE wine “pasalubong” packs for a minimum purchase requirement of $500 (accumulated) inclusive of $350 worth of regular priced electronic items. 

Balikbayans/OFWs may shop at Duty Free within 30 days upon arrival during the holiday season (November 15-January 15). The Fiestamall is open Tuesdays to Sundays, 10am to 7pm. For more information, visit or call 85524337 or like/follow dutyfreephils at Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 


The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) is set to stream another play to cap 2021! In commemoration of of World AIDS Day, PETA, together with esteemed advocacy organizations The Red Whistle and LoveYourself, UNILAB, Inc., and Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc., revamps Rody Vera’s provocative, relevant, and heart-wrenching anthology drama on HIV, Under My Skin, directed by Melvin Lee, from the stage to the screen.

Under My Skin was PETA’s last live performance at the PETA Theater Center before the lockdown in 2020 happened – just two weeks shy of the show’s closing. The play is inspired by real people and events, and it accurately depicts the realities, triumphs, and struggles of people living with HIV, while navigating an important conversation about acceptance and tolerance. The show introduces us to a number of characters – Jonathan, Greg, Syd, and Mario whose relationships are tested when Jonathan gets infected; Dino, an HIV-positive teen whose status is discovered through a contraction of tuberculosis; Mary Rose, a mother who unknowingly passed down the virus to her son after getting it from her husband; a gay beauty parlor employee experiencing work-related discrimination, and more. Their stories of love, pain, and acceptance are revealed through Dr. Almonte, who is studying the spread of the devastating virus. 

PETA Executive Director Beng Santos-Cabangon says that Under My Skin hopes to yet again provide a space where various HIV-advocacy groups can unite and strengthen their cause, with art and theater at the centerpiece. “We believe that Under My Skin Online can continue to serve as a platform for probing conversations and reflections as well as bringing attention to and engaging the public on the issue of HIV and AIDS. Converting the production into the film medium would allow for more people to see it – and bring to the spotlight the advocacy,” says Santos-Cabangon. 

“Amidst the COVID- 19 pandemic, we should be relentless in our efforts to address the problem of access to HIV prevention, testing and treatment. It is our hope that this endeavor will contribute in generating greater public awareness and concern, building a caring community and somehow helping eradicate stigma and discrimination,” she adds.

Now is also the time to generate urgent conversations about HIV and AIDS – especially since there has been a “21% increase in new infection brought about by the decrease in HIV prevention coverage and increase in treatment gap,” according to the 2021 data of the Department of Health. LoveYourself founder and executive director Ronivin Pagtakhan says that as the pandemic continues to evolve, we continue to adapt in the name of the HIV advocacy. “LoveYourself has allocated resources to shift our services online including refill for treatment medicines with XPress, self-screening with SelfCare, and setting up regular appointments for health check up with Booking as we contribute to ensuring equitable access of HIV-related services for key populations in the country,” says Ronivin. “We are glad to partner once again with the wonderful people at PETA to make Under My Skin accessible online for greater awareness as this initiative amplifies our advocacy’s voice towards ending the HIV epidemic.”

The Red Whistle also continues to respond to the HIV epidemic by addressing the need for a change in mindset. “Theater has the ability to move people to understand the issue more. We need to shift perspectives around HIV-related stigma and change attitudes towards our sexual health,” says The Red Whistle Executive Director Benedict Bernabe. 

“If we want to change people’s minds, we need to tug on their heartstrings first. This is why the arts is an important and necessary component—especially during this pandemic—not just for awareness and education, but also for behavior change in the HIV advocacy.”

Under My Skin Online is a timely streaming in commemoration of World AIDS Day on December 1. Although it may take some time before things return to normal and the curtains at theaters rise once again, PETA, along with its partners, continue to strive to make meaningful theater on a new kind of “stage” in this virtual era.

Under My Skin is written by Rody Vera and directed by Melvin Lee. The online streaming cast features

Cherry Pie Picache, Eko Baquial, Gio Gahol, Mike Liwag, Jarred Jaicten, Kitsi Pagaspas, Dylan Ray Talon, Dudz Teraña, She Maala, Bene Manaois, Erold Enriquez, Jason Barcial, Joseph Madriaga, Rach Gimpes, Reggie Ondevilla, Roy Dahildahil, Gerard Dy, and Ekis Gimenez.

Under My Skin is streaming this November 26 to 28, and November 30 – December 5, 2021. Tickets are still available at Php 180 for Livestream, and Php 250 for Video on Demand tickets via,, or through any of the Under My Skin Online showbuyers. For bulk sales, and more sales information, contact Mitch Go at 0917-5391112.

It’s Time to Revisit these 5 Cleaning Habits That You’re Probably Doing Wrong!

Spoiler alert: In cleaning your toilet, thick bleach lasts longer!

Since the pandemic started, most households are cleaning more often to disinfect every corner of the house.

That’s not a bad thing, a clean home creates less space for disease-causing germs to spread and most likely infect you. Take note: bacteria can breed and grow into 8 million copies of itself in just 24 hours. That is something you do not just overlook.

According to a survey, it takes around two to four hours a week for an individual to clean their homes. However, some ineffective cleaning habits can further spread more unwanted organisms in places where they shouldn’t be.

Domex, the germ-killing expert, encourages the public to revisit some cleaning methods to make sure every toilet of every home is protected from unwanted invaders.

  1. Wiping Every Surface with the Same Cleaning Tool

If you are using sponges or cleaning cloths to wipe surfaces, you’re probably just transferring even more germs from one place to another! It’s best to dedicate a cleaning tool for specific places to ensure there’s less risk of transferring.

Alternatively, before cleaning the next area with the same tool, it’s advisable to soak sponges/cleaning cloths indisinfectant. This kills the germs you already wiped off before they even get the chance to transfer elsewhere.

Leaving the Toilet Cover Up when Flushing the Toilet

Did you know that there are approximately 2.3 million germs per square inch on the surface of your toilet? What you probably didn’t know is you might be adding more to that number every time you flush your toilet with the seat cover open. The rush of water launches fecal bacteria (E. Coli and fecal coliform) up in the air before dropping down to new territory – and that’s if it does not get stuck under the rim of the seat.

Next time you do some business, just make sure to close the lid and the rest of the bathroom stays germ-free longer – and do not forget to pour in a germ-killing expertwhen it’s cleaning time.

  • Scrubbing/wiping cleaning products before they take effect

When disinfecting surfaces, it’s important to let cleaning solutions take time and do its job, mainly: to kill the germs we want to avoid. But what most probably do is to apply products, and then immediately proceed to cleaning.

The best way to make sure you make the most out of cleaning is to first clear any dirt, debris, or stains that might have built up over time. Once clear, that’s the time to apply a disinfecting agentto eliminate the microbes that you cannot see. After a few minutes, proceed with scrubbing, wiping, and rinsing for a squeaky-clean and germ-free surface.

  • Using ordinary thin Laundry Bleach to clean surfaces in your bathroom including the toilet

Laundry or thin laundry bleach can kill germs; however, this type of cleaning agent is not formulated to stick on the surface to keep it clean longer. That is why it is not advisable to clean your toilet with the same solution you use to clean clothes.

Domex Ultra Thick Bleach effectively does the job as it eliminates the germs that inhabit bathroom surfaces and gives 3x longer protection than thin bleach when used pure (this is based on credible lab tests!). And if you don’t know it yet, yes, you should be cleaning your toilets daily.

  • Storing cleaning tools as soon as you’re done

After the job is done, most people will probably call it a day and put their tools back in storage. What is often forgotten is you should also clean these tools as soon as you’re done with them. If you don’t clean the tools right after using them, it’s likely to grow the germs you’re trying to avoid in the first place.

Our recommended way to clean tools is to apply a solution of Domex mixed with water, wait a few minutes, rinse, and let dry overnight. Use it again to clean the following day and repeat the cleaning process.

A clean home is a must, and to ensure every space is free of disease-causing germs, it’s best to do it with a long-lasting germ-killing expert. There is no perfect time but now to revisit your cleaning habits and level up your fight against germs with #UnstoppableDomex, especially because November 19 is World Toilet Day!

Ensure you have a clean toilet and a clean home with Domex Ultra Thick Bleach.

Domex products are availableon Shopee, Lazada and supermarkets nationwide.

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