Is it time to consider a contactless soap dispenser? A month ago, he would have said "Meh". Now, I lean almost entirely in the other direction, because almost everything you touch has the potential to spread the.
In the meantime, just finding hand soap in stores is a challenge at best. But a dispenser can use refills, which may be easier to achieve. With that in mind, here's what: For a limited time, you can. No code is required; Everything is already discounted.
For as little as $ 37.50, you can get something like this, which contains eight fluid ounces of liquid soap. Just keep your hand under the nozzle and you're done – a squirt comes out.
You can fill it with Simplehuman's own line of soaps, but it also works with any liquid soap, as long as it doesn't contain exfoliants. The company also makes models that handle sparkling soaps, as well as others with rechargeable bases, attached caddies, etc.
Trash cans, meanwhile, start at $ 75 after the discount.
I haven't tried any of the Simplehuman soap dispensers yet, but they have very positive ratings for users everywhere, including on Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, and the company's own site.
This is a generally large discount, ending on April 10. If you are interested in a hands-free kit, now is the time to stock up.
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