REVIEW/GIVEAWAY: Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System

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I had the pleasure of reviewing the newest product from Lysol. Have you ever gone to get some soap when you are washing your hands and you end up getting the mess that was on your hands, on to the soap dispenser? That’s happened to me. Especially when you’ve been handling raw meat

All I have to do is put my hand under to get just the right amount of soap, without getting food matter or anything else on the dispenser.

It’s quite easy to use. The system needs 4 AA batteries which come included in the package. You remove the seal on the soap refill and insert it upside down into the dispenser. Place the dispenser on the counter, switch it on and wait until the red indicator light stops blinking. It’s now ready to use!

That red light I mentioned, it will also flash periodically when the batteries need to be changed.

Personally I found the soap dispenser gave just the right amount of soap for me to wash my hands with. However a friend who visits our house often says it wasn’t enough. He does have big hands though. I guess it depends on if you like tons of soap or not.

Since I have two young children, I put mine by the kitchen sink, otherwise the kids would just keep putting their hands out until all the soap was all over the sink.

Updated: May 13, 2010:
The starter kid comes in cucumber splash but you can also get a Ginger Tea refill. Grapefruit Essence is only available in the US.

At the Lysol website for the No-Touch Hand Soap System you can view videos of how to set it up and how it works. The starter kit retails for $14.99 and the refills retail for $4.49


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