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What is the origin of the name 'Kleenex'?

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Kleenex is a brand name for a variety of products such as facial tissue, paper towels, and other paper products. Kleenex is a registered trademark of Kimberly-Clark. It is an invented word, owned and used as a trademark by Kimberly-Clark since June 12, 1924.
Kleenex products are manufactured in 30 countries and sold in more than 170. The Kleenex brand name is present throughout the world. Consequently, Kimberly-Clark diligently protects its intellectual property rights by ensuring it and others use the mark correctly, such as Kleenex facial tissue, Kleenex bathroom tissue, Kleenex paper towels, and Kleenex diapers.
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Can you recycle kleenex?

  No, since it's soiled (as per this article: http://www.mccoy.army.mil/vtriad_online/01252002/Recycling%20program.htm)

What is kleenex made of?

The material from which Kleenex is made was originally called "Cellucotton," and was designed by Kimberly-Clark during World War I. It came to be used in gas mask filters duri

Can Kleenex be recycled?

Yes ,paper can be composted with vegetable waste to form a good soil for growing your own vegetables and flowers.

Who made kleenex?

The Kimberly Clark Corporation created the first facial tissue in  1924. The first Kleenex ad was used in magazines in 1925.