Don’t you hate going to wash your hands only to find soap all over the place?
The Liquid Motion Automatic Soap Dispenser claims to help keep your hands and sink clean.
It's a sensor-activated, liquid soap dispenser. But will it work? Let me try it before you buy it.
It's battery operated and supposed to sense your hands and release soap. You just flip open the top, fill it with your favorite soap or hand sanitizer and you’re ready to clean.
You can even control how much soap comes out. Simply press the plus or minus button to adjust how much or how little you want. And there's a display screen that tells you when you're running low on soap or batteries.
We tried the dispenser out for three months and were really impressed. There was no mess left on the sink and any extra soap simply fell into the provided tray. After three months we still hadn’t had to change the batteries.
It's available online for $25 and I think it was worth it. I give the Automatic Soap Dispenser a thumbs up.
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