Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System Review

With a new baby in the house and the cold and flu season quickly approaching, I was ecstatic to receive the Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System in the mail. The stainless steel appearance is made to compliment kitchens with stainless steel appliances...although my kitchen isn't fabulously adorned with stainless steel appliances, it looks great, anyways.

I actually left the Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System in its packaging until after the baby was born, because I knew that the kids would use it all up before the baby even had a chance to enter into this world! And, of course, the day that I opened the packaging and put it together (it's so easy to put together!), the kids were quick to start putting their hands in front of it and use up the soap.

Not so fast...

I quickly put a stop to the hands that were destined to use up all of the soap in one day. LOL I had to turn the switch to the off position and instruct the kids NOT to use it all up in the first day.

Cool Aspects

On the back of the dispenser, there is an "on" and "off" switch that is convenient when you have children around the house that might overuse the soap. A red light on the front of the dispenser illuminates when it is triggered -simply put your hand in front of the dispenser and it will dispense the perfect amount to wash your hands.  And...it's refillable.

In a household with 4 school-aged children, a four year old and a two year old who cough without covering their mouths and pick their noses - come on, yours do, too! - and a newborn who weighed only 4 lbs, 15 ounces at birth, a no-touch soap dispenser is a much-needed item!

There are four different refills to choose from:

  • Refreshing Grapefruit Essence™ (Refill only)
  • Soothing Cucumber Splash™
  • Aloe Vera & Vitamin E with Moisturizers
  • Antibacterial Total Care
You can find them on Amazon for $12.79.

I was sent a Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System for review. All opinions in this review are mine.

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