I have stopped buying handsoap at my house!! Seriously, y’all. I don’t buy handsoap. I only buy dishsoap.
I learned this trick after reading about one of the pampered chef foaming soap dispensers. All you do is fill the container with just a tiny bit of soap and add water. Swirl around to mix together and it dispenses a beautifully thick foam. I had one of these fancy-schmancy soap dispensers but it finally broke and we did without for a long time. Until I found this.
I already use method products in just about every room in my house. Their multipurpose cleaner is wonderfully gentle to use and it smells great. They also have tons of other semi-earth friendly products, including dishsoap and handsoap. I have started just getting the dishsoap and refilling my handsoap pump with a tiny bit. It produces a luxurious (yes, luxurious) foam that is PERFECT for my little toddler! She loves to squirt it out and wash her own hands. It is already bubbled up enough that my little one does not have to struggle with making it suds herself.
This is what is working for me. What works for you? Head on over to Rocks in My Dryer to find other tips and tricks, and to post your own
Lori: Yes, the top on the cheaper method dispenser unscrews. I don’t think that they make thier own refill soap yet, so I just put the dishsoap directly into that with a touch of warm water. It works great!
Nikki: Yeah, my pump got stuck to the point it was a huge hassle to “un-stick” it. We just tossed it, eventually. This works better anyway….and when it stops working I will just recycle it and get another cheapie!
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