Problem #1– My daughter is 3 years old. And she is absolutely SURE, that in order to get her hands clean – she must use all the soap in the soap dispenser. Nothing I do has been able to convince her that “one pump” is enough!
Ta -Da! Lysol No Touch Kitchen System to the rescue!
Problem #2 – I’m working around my kitchen and have totally convinced myself that after cutting chicken or pork, that my hands are harboring e-coli and possibly ebola viruses! Touching my sink and soap bottle seems like a chancy move…hmmn.
Ta- Da! Lysol No Touch Kitchen System to the rescue…AGAIN!
The no Touch Kitchen System sits by my kitchen sink, and is small & compact! Yet it seems like it lasts forever (I’ve had my first refill in for a month and only 1/3rd is gone!).
When you put your hand below the pump it will sense your hand is there, and it will dispense a generous amount of soap in your hand without your touching anything! And if it’s your toddler’s hand, it will just dispense the ONE pump no matter how long they keep their hand there;)
It’s amazing how many surfaces you end up touching on your way to clean your hands. And Lysol has a fun game to show you. I scored a dismal 4/8 on the Undercover Kitchen System Challenge ! I hope you do better than I did!
Take the Undercover Kitchen System Challenge and share your score!
For a chance to win a No Touch Kitchen System with a YEAR SUPPLY of soap, complete these two steps:
- Share theUndercover Challenge with your friends below
- Tell us that you did AND tell us your kitchen cleaning challenge below