Automatic soap dispenser

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There are many ways to turn an ordinary restroom into something not so boring.  We can add a shower curtain, a throw rug, even a toilet seat cover.  Just the little things can add a lot of personality to sometimes this overlooked room. 

One thing that you can add, and that I have in one of mine now, is a Automatic soap dispenser.  The one I am using is from Simple touch and it works really well.

First off I love the look of it.  It is silver and will work with any décor you have, at least in my opinion.  There is several reasons I am loving this. 

1.  John and I both can have messy hands and not have to touch any buttons getting the machine dirty.  Do you ever give you hubby a “Honey Do” list and end up with paint or grease all over your counters?  You won’t with this soap dispenser.

2.  It doesn’t take counter space.  You can hang it up on the wall and save the room for other items on the sink.

You will need to put in 4 AA alkaline batteries, mine seem to be last quite a while.  We also use rechargeable batteries and that helps.

Since we have been using it we have had no clogs or drying up and haven’t had any problems with it.  It also puts out a generous amount of soap and is super easy to refill. 

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Here is more about it from the company:

Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser by SimpleOne Brand – Stylish Design

  • Touch-free: place your hand under the sensor to dispense soap or sanitizer automatically

    Motion sensor technology provides sanitary, touch-free operation.Energy efficient: Lasts up to 1 year with 4 alkaline AA batteries (not included)

    Modern Design. Available in Artic White and in Liquid Silver

    No messy spills – wide opening makes refills fast, easy and spill-free

Product Description

A silicone valve prevents messy drips and clogs, while the wide opening makes refills fast, easy and mess-free. Never touch a dirty or germy soap pump again. The SimpleOne no-touch automatic hand soap dispensor helps eliminate the millions of germs that your hands can pick up each day. It automatically senses hands and dispenses just the right amount of soap. Hand washing is one of the most important things you and your children can do to help you stay healthy and with the SimpleOne touch-free soap dispenser, you and your family will never have to touch a dirty or germy soap pump again. No more gummy sludge from soap bars to clean from the sinks or soap dishes. The SimpleOne automatic soap dispenser is ideal for use in the kitchen or bathroom. SimpleOne soap dispensing pump uses Infrared Sensor Technology to ensures a consistent and even amount of soap every time. Save money by using any refill soap of your choice – works with liquid soap, shampoo, kitchen hand soap, foam soap and hand sanitizer. The SimpleOne liquid soap dispenser has a windowed slot so you can see how much soap is left. Easy to clean exterior – simply wipe the surface with a damp cloth. With a large capacity, refillable tank, you has a large capacity so it doesn’t have to be refilled very often FEATURES: – Modern Designer Style Design – Easy To Set Up, Use, And Refill – Large Capacity Container – Choose The Liquid Soap Of Your Choice – 100% Money Back Satisfaction Guarantee! – One Year Warranty

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Disclaimer:  I received the product discussed in this post in exchange for my honest opinion of it.  All opinions are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours.

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