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Recently, I was sent a Lysol hands-free “no touch” anti-bacterial hand soap dispenser in Soothing Cucumber Splash.
I set it up in my downstairs bathroom and walked away.
My husband, a very handy guy says he couldn’t figure it out right away, thinking he needed to press down on the tab sticking out. I had no problem because I knew what to do. The only problem I had was when he didn’t tell me he was turning off the water to fix the hot water heater and I ended up with a handful of soap and no water to wash it off, or at least until I realized the teapot still had a bit of warm water in it. Fortunately, the water was back on soon enough.
Above and below you see pictures of the whole set and then the one all set up so pretty. I think it has been tremendous fun and significantly less messy than when we had a bar of soap in there, which I gave up for soap dispensers awhile ago after realizing that I didn’t want to share germs with all of our guests using the soap bar.
The Lysol No-Touch system is relatively inexpensive with the main soap dispenser and first container of soap retailing for around $8 and the refills for around $3, depending on the vendor. Yes, it’s more expensive than a bar of soap but it has the added value of germ-free! Yay!
And, the cool cucumber smell is immensely soothing!
(Disclosure: I received the Lysol hand dispenser set free for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)
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