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I know it was before but now all links to printable vouchers not working.
In Asda they are now half price £5
Just print voucher and take it to checkout to get £3 OFF. Voucher valid till 31.03.2012 so last month.
Voucher link
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/43/dettolnotouch3offcoupon.jpg/

£5 OFF voucher thanks to Darroch -
http://www.britainsgreatest.co.uk/coupons/

Refilling
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=2-sTyjZ_NMQ


Or free here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/dettol-no-touch-hand-wash-system-100-free-1155287
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trickydickybeerbanned 7 Likes #1
Whats the point
Jefft 5 Likes #2
trickydickybeer
Whats the point

Children like them and it encourages them to wash their hands.
anthony69#3
Good deal if you want to start out with one of these, but £2 for a small tub of liquid soap it still expensive imo. I use it on the refills for free, C/O happily take them!.
puddlejumper1 1 Like #4
trickydickybeer
Whats the point

I thought this at first but it's so much easier than getting hand wash from a pump. I recently refilled the bottle for my mum & dad which was fairly easy once the cap was off.
Also as Jefft stated it encourages children to wash their hands which is gotta be worth it.
The cucumber fragrance is lovely too.
Da_Man_GileZbanned#5
bossyboots
I bought one of these and when I came home the entire contents had poured out oO I hated it anyway as you only got a little bit of soap - yes it might help/encourage young children to wash their hands but as parents surely we should be teaching them that!


Agree with ya bossy. Hot if you are a lazy parent.
andy333 1 Like #6
anthony69
Good deal if you want to start out with one of these, but £2 for a small tub of liquid soap it still expensive imo. I use it on the refills for free, C/O happily take them!.

Refilling
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=2-sTyjZ_NMQ
andy333#7
Da_Man_GileZ
bossyboots
I bought one of these and when I came home the entire contents had poured out oO I hated it anyway as you only got a little bit of soap - yes it might help/encourage young children to wash their hands but as parents surely we should be teaching them that!

Agree with ya bossy. Hot if you are a lazy parent.
Its much easier than getting soap from a pump specially to small children.
jmv#8
bought a few of these...and my friends ended up getting them as well when they saw it. Just refill it when empty. for a machine and some soap, £2.00 is a good deal!
trickydickybeerbanned 2 Likes #10
But really, what is the point
scudstrike#11
where to get refills?
choc1969 2 Likes #12
Jefft
trickydickybeer
Whats the point

Children like them and it encourages them to wash their hands.


Does it stop them peeing all over the bathroom floor ? Why are little boys always distracted (_;)
Darroch 9 Likes #13
Get it free here
http://www.britainsgreatest.co.uk/coupons/

Edited By: Darroch on Feb 27, 2012 19:54: typo
Shengis 5 Likes #14
For convenience you could fill these with 'personal lubricant'.

Just a thought........
Deedie#15
Darroch


how many times can you use that coupon?
nicoamy#16
thanks Darroch printed the £5 coupon from the link
Duelling Duck#17
Shengis
For convenience you could fill these with 'personal lubricant'.

Just a thought........

Does it matter if you're squirting it on a dirty scrubber?
andy333#18
Not sure they accept this coupon because on T&C they wrote ...THIS COUPON CANNOT BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY OTHER OFFER...
Normal price is £10 now on half price in Asda. But anyway worth a try.
jayok#19
Printed the £3 one and a £5 one
thegroutch 1 Like #20
trickydickybeer
Whats the point


to make money out of germaphobes by scaremongering

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