My new favorite thing
Ryan spent more money than I would have liked him to and bought me one of those new Lysol hands free soap dispenser gadgets.
I’m pretty frugal and hand soap is something I usually get for free or very cheap. This new Lysol stuff is $6 for the initial setup and $3 for a refill. So, I thought that trying the dispenser he bought me would be fun, but there was no way was I going to pay for those refills.
On Friday I purchased two more.
So, now we have one in the kitchen and one in each bathroom. I heart these things.
And yes, I did purchase my first refill the other day at $3.49. And I’m very, very okay with that.
Our normal soap dispensers worked just fine but always had this thick, sticky residue in the pump that was impossible to clean out. Not only that, but the dispensers were always covered with dirt, peanut butter, jelly, syrup, and whatever else the kids had on their hands when they went to wash them. I also found them knocked over often, liquid hand soap dribbling out onto the counter.
These new contraptions, being hands-free, means they stay incredibly clean. I also found that we go through significantly less soap even though my kids think the thing is cool and use it more often. I wonder why that is.
Some things are worth the extra money.
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