Some representative brands can often refer to all related products, namely generic trademarks, which means that trademarks are converted into generic names. For example, Google can be used as a verb, for example: Let me Google it! Do you know which common words in English also come from brands? Kleenex Kleenex generally refers to "facial paper". During the First World War, the world's first tissue paper was born, which is Kleenex! Kleenex is the brand "Shu Jie" that produces facial paper under the Kimberly-Clark Corporation in the United States. This long-established brand has become the name of all facial paper, and even the dictionary includes this word. In other words: facial tissue
A: Achoo! A: Ha whatsapp database Chi! B: Bless you! Here's a Kleenex ! B: Take care! tissue paper for you. A: Thanks. A: Thank you! Band-Aid Band-Aid generally refers to "OK stretch". The OK Stretch was invented by two Johnson & Johnson employees. The inspiration came from the wife of one of the employees. She often hurt herself while cooking, so she wanted to treat the wound by herself. For this reason, the OK Stretch was born. However, it was not mass-produced and popularized at the beginning due to manual manufacturing. Later, the OK stretcher became mass-produced by machine, and was widely used in World War II before it became a must-have medical product for every family.
After that, the OK stretchers produced by other companies were also Known as Band-Aid. In other words: adhesive bandage Mom! I scraped my knee. Can you get me a Band-Aid ? Mother! My knee is bruised, can you get me an OK bandage? Saran wrap Saran wrap generally refers to "plastic wrap". In the 1940s, Saran wrap was co-invented by two employees of the Dow Chemical Company in the United States, and was named after the wife and daughter of one of the employees (Sarah and Ann). One of the largest chemical companies, so the