No doubt you already know how important it is to wash your hands frequently throughout the day. This practice should not be limited to just the times when you visit the restroom, either. You should also wash your hands after playing with pets, handling raw meat, coming in from outdoors, and of course prior to sitting down for a meal. While bar soaps work well enough, liquid soap is often easier and less messy to use. All you have to do is set up a dispenser in each bathroom and the kitchen, and your family should be ready to eliminate germs in any situation.
You might be wondering why I suggest putting a liquid soap dispenser in the kitchen. Well, judging from what happens in my house, people tend to wash their hands at the kitchen sink just as often as in the bathroom. Usually the kitchen is more convenient for us — especially if we’re coming in from the garage or if we want to quickly wash up before grabbing a snack. Before we had a liquid soap dispenser in there, everyone simply ended up using the dishwashing detergent. Finally I just moved one of our bathroom dispensers to the kitchen, and it’s been there ever since.
Anyway, one of the fun things about using a liquid soap dispenser in the kitchen and each bathroom is choosing a terrific design. We do not have those plain dispensers that consist of little more than a plastic bottle and pump mechanism. Most of ours are crafted out of ceramic and feature designs that reveal a bit of our personalities. For example, in the kids’ bathroom, we have a liquid soap dispenser in the shape of a football player with my college alma mater logo on it. The kids absolutely love football, and I like being able to indoctrinate a new generation of Missouri Tigers fans! In the guest bathroom, we have one in the shape of a lighthouse to reflect my own appreciation of all things nautical.
In the master bedroom we have a hands-free liquid soap dispenser mounted to the wall. This is not only the easiest of all the dispensers to use, it is also the coolest. We do love our gadgets in this house, and this item, with its LED sensor, timed dispensing function, and clear reservoir fits right in. It’s truly a state-of-the-art piece and is a lot of fun to use. I know that sounds like an odd thing to say about a liquid soap dispenser, but it’s the truth.
If you’re tired of using bar soaps or generic dispensers, then it’s time to do something. Go out and treat yourself to a new liquid soap dispenser or two in a style that matches your personality or decor. This is one of the easiest ways to dress up your bathroom or kitchen, so do it today!