Keep your hands clean with this touch-less soap dispenser


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As much as some people don’t care to admit it, they love automated appliances. And when it comes to using them for getting things cleaned, that’s where this touchless soap dispenser comes in.

Soap is soap, right? Debatable, depending on who you ask. But for those who do want the best cleansing experience, they can snag Simplehuman’s Touch-Free Sensor Liquid Soap Pump Dispenser. I’ve personally found myself reaching for more soap in bathrooms — literally just because the pump was automated. And more than 3,700 Amazon shoppers were convinced to get one of their own pumps at home.

Simplehuman provides a plethora of quality sensory appliances, and this soap dispenser makes cleaning a lot simpler. What’s great about it is that it’s a mess-free solution whenever you’re washing your hands or even washing dishes by hand. Use one in the kitchen or bathroom and the pump distributes any liquid soap product in 0.2 seconds. Also, it’s an energy-saver, as it claims to last up to a year with a set of four AA batteries.

Shop: Simplehuman’s Touch-Free Sensor Liquid Soap Pump Dispenser, $47.99

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The dispense itself has four out of five stars and it also comes with a two-year warranty when you buy it on Amazon. Some people who have bought it say they have one in every place where there’s a sink. “You don’t have to pump soap with dirty hands,” one customer wrote. Another said it was a “robot soap” that “never drips,” so your countertops will thank you, too.

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