Everyone knows that washing your hands often helps deal with dirt and germs, but germs can live on the bar soap, and even on the top of the soap pump of liquid soap. When you touch that soap or that pump, you have no way of knowing whether someone who is sick, has touched it.
But a plastic, re-useable, touch-free container that dispenses just the right amount of liquid soap when you place your hand under the sensor–and you never touch the soap or the pump–that’s pretty slick! It’s neat, clean, and economical, too, since you don’t use more than you really need.
How does it work? An intuitive LED display lights up when the sensor is activated, and four volume settings allow the pump to dispense preset amounts of soap or lotion. It holds 8 oz. of any type of liquid soap or lotion, and operates on 4 AA batteries. How cool is that?!
There’s a white and silver, and a black and silver model. Pick the one that suits the decor in your kitchen or bathroom sink. Use it for diswashing liquid, or to dispense hand lotion or hand sanitizer. For under $30.00 you can treat yourself or give someone a gift that’s not only useful and clever, and it’s also a small price to pay for a simple device that might help keep someone from getting sick. Kids will love sticking their hands under the pump (maybe a bit too much, but at least their hands will be clean). It’s amusing, and a bit like magic!
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