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Not sure if this has been posted, I did check.

The no touch hand wash system is on offer at the mo @ £5 but there is a voucher in the Asda Magazine for £3 off!

The voucher says its expired on 10/08/10 but I used it this afternoon & got my handwash system at only £2!!
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#1
I have this and you can open the soap bottle and add your own soap when empty :O)
#2
Does the voucher have a barcode which you can scan yourself and get the discount?
#3
mai
Does the voucher have a barcode which you can scan yourself and get the discount?


Yes its a barcode voucher
#4
why expired??
1 Like #5
These things infuriate me.
Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??
What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!
Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?
#6
Miss MellyG
why expired??

You mean why unexpired - is hotukdeals backing the use of expired coupons?
#7
minifish33
These things infuriate me.
Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??
What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!
Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?


For an adult I couldn't agree more but for my 2yr old and my 4 yr old it is fantastic, when trying to balance on a step and reach the taps and pump the soap dispenser it has all been a bit too much but with this they can pretty much manage it all......gets my vote anyway!!!
#8
I don't really know why this thread is still here as the voucher expired two weeks ago.
#9
minifish33
These things infuriate me.Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?

Great idea when touching raw chicken or pork....when you dare not touch anything before washing your hands.....mind you I spose some might not bother ..i mean what harm could it do it do to just eat packet of crisps after picking up the fairy bottle thats got a few lethal germs on it ?
#10
monkeybrains
in every public toilet i go to i stick a finger up my bum and then put that finger all over the taps.


That is so uncanny! I do exactly the same thing too! I stick my finger up your bum and put that finger all over the taps. What're the chances of that eh?
1 Like #11
Surely it doesn't matter if you have to touch a soap dispenser to get soap out, cos the soap will then sanitise your hands? :O Probably more important to get a no touch tap system.

I guess it is good for younger children who have trouble pushing soap pumps... but is a waste for adults imo.
#12
deb8z
I don't really know why this thread is still here as the voucher expired two weeks ago.


Because, although expired, ASDA are still accepting them... nothing dodgy, nothing secretive about it, not even going through the self checkout to get away with it..
#13
fact: u gonna die if u touch normal handsoap
#14
Can some one tell me the point of these?

After youve used it you wash your hands anyway, so its no different then a hand pump?
Youve still got to turn the tap off, which is what will have the bacteria on?
#15
I don't understand these either.

So what if there is bacteria on the pump, you wash your hands immediatly after touching it :S
#16
good deal but too expensive other than this deal for what it really is
#17
Miss MellyG
deb8z
I don't really know why this thread is still here as the voucher expired two weeks ago.
Because, although expired, ASDA are still accepting them... nothing dodgy, nothing secretive about it, not even going through the self checkout to get away with it..

One cashier accepting an out of date voucher isn't really a deal.

What would happen if everyone posted deals using an out of date voucher lol
#18
michbeat
minifish33
These things infuriate me.Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?
Great idea when touching raw chicken or pork....when you dare not touch anything before washing your hands.....mind you I spose some might not bother ..i mean what harm could it do it do to just eat packet of crisps after picking up the fairy bottle thats got a few lethal germs on it ?

How would a fairy bottle bottle have germs on it..........
#19
deb8z
michbeat
minifish33
These things infuriate me.Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?
Great idea when touching raw chicken or pork....when you dare not touch anything before washing your hands.....mind you I spose some might not bother ..i mean what harm could it do it do to just eat packet of crisps after picking up the fairy bottle thats got a few lethal germs on it ?


How would a fairy bottle bottle have germs on it..........


Because you have dirty hands, pick up the bottle with your dirty hands to get the liquid out in order to clean them
You clean your hands, the germs still on the bottle.
The bottle will have the germs on it but your hands will be clean.
#20
I would imagine people like myself who are bothered about germs use soap to wash their hands with NOT the fairy liquid.

Edited By: deb8z on Aug 25, 2010 23:47: .
#21
deb8z
I would imagine people like myself who are bothered about germs use soap to wash their hands with NOT the fairy liquid.

I use whatevers there.
But each to their own.
Anyway, thats how you get germs on the bottle.
#22
I use Anti-bacterial soap and i wash the tap at the same time,there are very few germs in my house.(_;)
#23
deb8z
I use Anti-bacterial soap and i wash the tap at the same time,there are very few germs in my house.(_;)

lol same here, we only have just a couple of germs at our house :p
#24
deb8z
I use Anti-bacterial soap and i wash the tap at the same time,there are very few germs in my house.(_;)


Yeah only a few billion...:p
#25
What if you don't have a sink in your toilet? (like in my flat) I'd rather have guests use one of these filled with sanatizer, than use the kitchen sink! (no i'm not the landlord) :{
#26
I jest but i am a bit of a germ freak,i always wash my hands after taking rubbish out to the dustbin for example,most people don't.
#27
Strawdog
deb8z
I use Anti-bacterial soap and i wash the tap at the same time,there are very few germs in my house.(_;)
Yeah only a few billion...:p

Yeah but a few million less than a lot of other people :D
#28
Miss MellyG
why expired??

Easy, the voucher is expired.... LOL
#29
kudos1uk
Miss MellyG
why expired??


Easy, the voucher is expired.... LOL


If ASDA are still accepting the voucher... it isn't expired...

It wasn't a one off either... I saw other people doing it in the store, hence me doing it, thinking for some odd reason that it was a good deal & posting for other people to take advantage of.

If ASDA are willing to accept the voucher, despite the date, then that to me.... IS A DEAL

no?
#30
Miss MellyG
kudos1uk
[quote=Miss MellyG] why expired??


Easy, the voucher is expired.... LOL


If ASDA are still accepting the voucher... it isn't expired...

It wasn't a one off either... I saw other people doing it in the store, hence me doing it, thinking for some odd reason that it was a good deal & posting for other people to take advantage of.

If ASDA are willing to accept the voucher, despite the date, then that to me.... IS A DEAL

no?

i'm assuming it was you that expired this thread without actually reading the comments

Edited By: Miss MellyG on Aug 26, 2010 00:08: just because
#31
surely if someone try's it & they refuse the voucher then by all means expire this thread.. until then.. is it not worth trying???
#32
I think some peeps are reading too much into why others would want one. I did not get one for hygine purposes, I got it cos I am a lazy ass and like gadgets!

It saves me pushing the pump every time I wash my hands. It would be great for anyone who has arthritis too or any disabilty similar.
#33
Miss MellyG
surely if someone try's it & they refuse the voucher then by all means expire this thread.. until then.. is it not worth trying???

I know what you're saying but if everyone posts this type of thing with expired vouchers it could get a bit out of hand.
#34
voted cold, not for the deal, but the product, pointless
#35
I will look for the magazine tommorow and see if it works.

Thanks for posting this.
#36
but the rffills are £2 each, i did see this for £5 today.. almost purchased it, than saw the refills dobble the price of the other top brands
#37
tigger80
but the rffills are £2 each, i did see this for £5 today.. almost purchased it, than saw the refills dobble the price of the other top brands


If the below is true then great deal

Gillian :O)
I have this and you can open the soap bottle and add your own soap when empty :O)


Edited By: ali137 on Aug 26, 2010 01:39: chnage
#38
deb8z
michbeat
minifish33
These things infuriate me.Do they think we're stupid? A non-touch soap pump for washing your hands? Really??What would these people think if I dropped a crisp on the floor, picked it up, checked it over for fluff, gave it a quick blow (steady!) and then ate it? They'd have a fit!Yes, it's a good deal price wise but seriously, why bother?
Great idea when touching raw chicken or pork....when you dare not touch anything before washing your hands.....mind you I spose some might not bother ..i mean what harm could it do it do to just eat packet of crisps after picking up the fairy bottle thats got a few lethal germs on it ?


How would a fairy bottle bottle have germs on it..........
teh arn - Aug 25, 2010 23:44
Because you have dirty hands, pick up the bottle with your dirty hands to get the liquid out in order to clean them
You clean your hands, the germs still on the bottle.
The bottle will have the germs on it but your hands will be clean.


lol this product is made for you and definately you missmellyg

Edited By: yeahbutitsnotfree on Aug 26, 2010 01:43: misspelling
#39
My wife died from using a normal soap dispenser, voted hot!!
#40
deb8z
Miss MellyG
surely if someone try's it & they refuse the voucher then by all means expire this thread.. until then.. is it not worth trying???


I know what you're saying but if everyone posts this type of thing with expired vouchers it could get a bit out of hand.


And who died and made you moderator??!

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