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How To Trick Out Your Foam Pump Hand Soap Dispenser
|kexon plastic :: 04.01.2019 10:53:26|
lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)
One of my least favorite chores in the kitchen has always been re-filling the built-in Foam Pump(KEXON) hand soap dispenser at my kitchen sink. Through years of extensive research in to this matter, I’ve discovered that I’m not alone. Approximately 57.3% of soap dispensers in the KEXON metro area remain unfilled; sitting next to the empty Foam Pump soap dispensers, I often find unsightly store-bought bottles of hand soap.
I have many reasons to not refill my soap dispenser.For one, they’re difficult to access. Mine is so tough to get at that I need to lay on my back under the kitchen sink just to unscrew it.They’re difficult to fill. Why are the openings so small?!What used to happen to me every time I would try to fill my dispenser. I’ve tried a funnel, but this doesn’t work either – the soap is too thick.
Another problem is getting the dispenser screwed back in place under the counter – it’s very difficult to see under there. I actually installed a fluorescent light inside my kitchen cabinet to help with this chore.Finally, this is a grueling task that demands action about once a month. If I only had to do it once a year, that would be fine, but we wash our hands in the kitchen more than anywhere else in the house, and the tiny container doesn’t hold much soap.
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