Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles people stuck at home are still on a cleaning spree, and the resulting surge in demand for hygienic products drove Procter and Gamble to raise its annual sales and earnings forecast Tuesday. It now sees full year sales rising 3 to 4% instead of 1 to 3% and it sees earnings per share rising 5 to 8%. Quarterly sales of home products like Mr Clean rose by double digits in every region. Sales of what the company calls personal cleansing items grew 30%. Sales of appliances such as Brown grooming products also shot up 30%. Altogether, net sales at the maker of Gillette, Crest and other consumer products increased 9%. Net earnings jumped 20%. The story is similar across the pond. Earlier Tuesday, its British rival, Reckitt Benckiser, lifted its sales forecast after seeing strong demand for cleaning products like Lysol and IT'LL. PNG said it would buy back more shares. Investors went shopping for PNG stock, which rose more than 2% at the market open Tuesday.