PHOENIX - Tired of soap dispensers that make a mess? Well the Soap Magic soap dispenser claims to be mess free. But will it work?
The Soap Magic dispenser is a motion activated, battery powered soap dispenser. It's supposed to work with hand soap, dish soap or hand sanitizer. To use it, you just put in batteries, take off the top and fill it with the soap or hand sanitizer of your choice. Then you just place your hand under the sensor and out comes the soap. Or so we thought.
We tried it out for a week and I have to say I wasn't impressed with it at all. The first problem, the sensor didn't work well. I had to keep moving my hand around in order for the soap to come out. And then once it did come out, it was barely enough to soap up my hands. Then I had to start all over again with trying to find the sensor.
We found the Soap Magic online for $19.99. Obviously from our test, it's not worth the cash. We give the Soap Magic a thumbs down.
However about 4 months ago we did a test on the Liquid Motion automatic soap dispenser and it's still working great. In fact, we've only had to change the batteries once. The Liquid Motion automatic soap dispenser costs $25 online.
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