Save money by refilling your No Touch hand soap dispenser!
It is September already! Can you believe it? Now that the weather is getting cooler and the kids are headed back to school it’s time to get ready for cold and flu season. If you have one of those No Touch soap dispenser think how much use it’ll get once the season hits. Lots. The refills for the dispenser can be expensive however I found a easy and inexpensive way to refill the bottles that requires no mess.
Have one of these? I’ll show you how to replace them for a fraction of the cost of replacement!
Refill container of hand soap
Lysol No Touch soap container
Using the knife *note butter knife* pry up the sides of the container like so.
Then pop off the cap.
Refill using a soap product of choice; I purchased this 64 oz container at Target for $3.99 and I’ve refilled 2 1/2 times and it’s not even halfway empty! That’s about the cost of 1 refill! Once filled pop the cap into place.
Put back onto your dispenser and re-use!
Total cost of investment: $4.00 (if you already have the containers in hand)
Think of how much time, and expense you will save by refilling the containers yourself. It will pay for itself in the first refill!
There is another method you can do to replace it however, I found it more difficult to do. I couldn’t get it to refill (you use a squirt bottle) so I got curious if you could pop the lid off and you can! It will take a little prying but it will work!