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get voucher from the link below

http://www.planet-health-schools.co.uk/downloads/coupons/Dettol_A4_NoTouch_coupon.pdf

Helps stop the spread of bacteria.

Kills 99.9% of Bacteria.

Automatically senses your hands.

No drip, no mess.

Contains moisturising ingredients.

Easy and convenient to use, the Dettol No-Touch Hand Wash System helps to encourage good hand hygiene habits.

The Dettol No-Touch Hand Soap Refill is enriched with moisturising ingredients to help care for your skin - and it kills 99.9% of bacteria.

Also available in the following fragrances:

Hydrating Cucumber Splash, Refreshing Grapefruit Essence.

Includes dispenser, hand wash refill and 4 x AA batteries
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#1
nice
1 Like #2
Good deal but I've never understood this, surely the next thing you do afterwards is wash your hands?
#3
And you still have to touch the taps oO
#4
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO

Not with the majority of 90 degrees on and off lever taps which are the norm these days.
1 Like #5
davelfc
Good deal but I've never understood this, surely the next thing you do afterwards is wash your hands?


We have 2 as the kids find it alot easier to use, if you have arthritis etc its also a good idea
#6
£2 for a gadget that gets the kids to wash their hands everytime without having to be told. Hot. We have two of these. Got them on Friday using the voucher in Tesco's. The one in the bathroom is almost empty already. I will be googling how to refill the bottle with cheap handwash as refills are over £2 each. Well over priced.


Edited By: blowbrown on Nov 21, 2011 20:14
#7
blowbrown
£2 for a gadget that gets the kids to wash their hands everytime without having to be told. Hot. We have two of these. Got them on Friday using the voucher in Tesco's. The one in the bathroom is almost empty already. I will be googling how to refill the bottle with cheap handwash as refills are over £2 each. Well over priced.



Just drill a hole in the top, easiest way , taking the cap on off all the time can damage it so ive been told
#8
But on the site it`s £5
13 Likes #9
zara861
But on the site it`s £5

That's the price for people who don't read properly, sorry.
#10
These are good for getting the kids to use soap. These things dispense too much soap but i guess thats the point. Have managed to refill 6 times so far without problem.
#11
Nice find! Buying this for my sister who ever since she had my baby niece is bordering on the neurotic when it comes to cleaning her hands :P
#12
heat
#13
Rom
zara861
But on the site it`s £5

That's the price for people who don't read properly, sorry.


ha ha nice one
#14
This will be getting hot!
2 Likes #15
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?
#16
Just prise the cap of with a spoon handle to refill
1 Like #17
i know its only a penny, but its 4.99 in tesco!

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/Product/Details/?id=266551372
#18
revzman
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?


They can't say 100% even though it probably does because they can't prove it... or so i'm told by Steven Fry. :P
#19
To refill with your favourite/cheap liquid soap, you will need to make TWO holes in the top of the empty container - not just one.

The reason for this is simple. You need to make a small pinhole to act as a breather and make a larger hole as the fill-hole. Then; as you pour/squeeze your new cleaner in through the larger hole; the air inside the empty container can displace out through the breather hole. Once you've refilled, just pop a bit of tape over both holes to seal until you need to fill again.

Easy eh? Hope this helps.
#20
Saintledger
revzman
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?

They can't say 100% even though it probably does because they can't prove it... or so i'm told by Steven Fry. :P
I'm not 99.9% sure lol not really. Someone once told me that MRSA for example is only killed by alcohol, hence the special dispensers in hospital. Maybe that accounts for the 0.1%?

Edited By: nossa on Nov 22, 2011 12:33: crazy math
#21
Is there any smaller size of coupon. It's just that it's very big as half of a4 size when I print it out. Not sure if I can use it instore with this big size coupon.
#22
They were £4.98 in Morrisons last week (unsure of the price now). Ideal if there's not a Sainsbury's nearby. Also £4.99 in Tesco. All round great deal. It's a shame the refills are expensive.

Hot.

Edited By: Cipher92 on Nov 21, 2011 21:04
2 Likes #23
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO

Always worries me when I leave the gents and grab the door handle, I've washed my hands but the chances of the person who left before me doing the same is low to say the least - ewwwwwww!
1 Like #24
davek
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO

Always worries me when I leave the gents and grab the door handle, I've washed my hands but the chances of the person who left before me doing the same is low to say the least - ewwwwwww!

I had a mate who was totally paranoid. He used to carry a piece of toilet roll out with him to grab the handle then put it in the bin on the way out. In reality though no matter how disgusting the thought may be, very few germs are actually going to do you any harm. As my gran used to say "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger...now where's the imodium?"
1 Like #25
nossa
Saintledger
revzman
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?


They can't say 100% even though it probably does because they can't prove it... or so i'm told by Steven Fry. :P

I'm not 99.9% sure lol not really. Someone once told me that MRSA for example is only killed by alcohol, hence the special dispensers in hospital. Maybe that accounts for the 0.01%?


http://www.dettol.co.uk/disinfecting-liquid

MRSA is one Dettol claim they can kill ;)
#26
Saintledger
nossa
Saintledger
revzman
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?

They can't say 100% even though it probably does because they can't prove it... or so i'm told by Steven Fry. :P
I'm not 99.9% sure lol not really. Someone once told me that MRSA for example is only killed by alcohol, hence the special dispensers in hospital. Maybe that accounts for the 0.01%?

http://www.dettol.co.uk/disinfecting-liquid

MRSA is one Dettol claim they can kill ;)

I'm absolutely fascinated now...what are they not telling us. Why won't they list what the 0.01% bacteria is that's going to kill us all. We should be better prepared.
#27
lol...googled it to find the 0.1% bacterias name...this answer is class.

"its the friendly bacteria found in yakult milk. because its friendly the dettol doesn't want to hurt it. their parents went to school together in north london in 1956"
#28
dribbles18
To refill with your favourite/cheap liquid soap, you will need to make TWO holes in the top of the empty container - not just one.

The reason for this is simple. You need to make a small pinhole to act as a breather and make a larger hole as the fill-hole. Then; as you pour/squeeze your new cleaner in through the larger hole; the air inside the empty container can displace out through the breather hole. Once you've refilled, just pop a bit of tape over both holes to seal until you need to fill again.

Easy eh? Hope this helps.


Easier I think to just remove the top by levering it off with a knife and refill with a cheap hand soap. oO

No need at all for making a hole.

I know as I have two already and use this method :D
1 Like #29
eldudereno
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO


Not with the majority of 90 degrees on and off lever taps which are the norm these days.


So what do you use to turn them on and off, telekinesis?
1 Like #30
why do people keep posting this ?? .. i cough on them !!!
#31
Zombied
eldudereno
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO


Not with the majority of 90 degrees on and off lever taps which are the norm these days.


So what do you use to turn them on and off, telekinesis?

They sense motion - same with the hand dryers.

Have you not been in a public toilet in the past 10 years?
2 Likes #32
No wonder the kids have so much wrong with then today when they're not exposed to enough germs.
1 Like #33
davek
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO


Always worries me when I leave the gents and grab the door handle, I've washed my hands but the chances of the person who left before me doing the same is low to say the least - ewwwwwww!


Bothers me too, I've yet to find a toilet door that when you leave opens out! At least you wouldn't have to grab a handle then.

I get that some people can't get their kids to do anything but having to buy this to prove what a poor parent you are is a little daft. Didn't have these when my kids were little and I made sure they washed their hands.

What next for the lazy parents?



Edited By: davelfc on Nov 21, 2011 21:51
#34
It is the year 2042 and the world
is slowly dying because of the
cleanliness virus.
#35
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Bothers me too, I've yet to find a toilet door that when you leave opens out! At least you wouldn't have to grab a handle then.

I get that some people can't get their kids to do anything but having to buy this to prove what a poor parent you are is a little daft. Didn't have these when my kids were little and I made sure they washed their hands.

What next for the lazy parents?


[/quote]

its not lazy its economical!!! my kids tend to waste half the liquid soap when they try to press and collect at the same time...their thumb just hasnt got the power to do one full press so it ends up all over the basin...... though i figure the savings i make will pay for the batteries to power it instead! lol
#36
hellofreebies


Bothers me too, I've yet to find a toilet door that when you leave opens out! At least you wouldn't have to grab a handle then.

I get that some people can't get their kids to do anything but having to buy this to prove what a poor parent you are is a little daft. Didn't have these when my kids were little and I made sure they washed their hands.

What next for the lazy parents?




its not lazy its economical!!! my kids tend to waste half the liquid soap when they try to press and collect at the same time...their thumb just hasnt got the power to do one full press so it ends up all over the basin...... though i figure the savings i make will pay for the batteries to power it instead! lol


My bar of soap doesn't come with batteries. Doesn't matter what excuses people make, this is pointless. They've created something nobody needs and yet people will still come up with excuses to have it.

Arthritis, I would imagine the tap is more of a problem. Solution get a bar of soap.

Kids with dirty hands, check them and send them upstairs to use, a bar of soap.

Another useless device that takes up more plastic, uses batteries and will end up on a scrap heap somewhere in a year or so.

How many bars of soap can you buy for the cost of a refill and batteries?

edit: £2.96 for the refill. If only i could come up with an idea that stupid/lazy people could throw money at.


Edited By: davelfc on Nov 21, 2011 22:15: because I can
1 Like #37
nossa
lol...googled it to find the 0.1% bacterias name...this answer is class.

"its the friendly bacteria found in yakult milk. because its friendly the dettol doesn't want to hurt it. their parents went to school together in north london in 1956"


lol Dara O'Briain does a great skit on it.
Here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Poxt-D8d0zg
And here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FG6J6RPB9U
1 Like #38
All these discounts on this piece of kit are a con. Dettol would probably give the things away in order to sell the cartridges at inflated prices. They're trying to do to liquid soap what HP etc do with inkjet printers and razor manufacturers do with razors - sell you a flashy handle/printer/gizmo cheap so they can milk you for the refills.

I'm all for teaching kids to wash their hands but we should keep some perspective. Soap manufacturers hype up scares about bacteria to sell more soap, and the whole 'MRSA' pandemic was a hoax perpetrated by the media relying on one amateur scientist in a garden shed. Wish I'd had shares in Dettol when that blew up.

We breathe in a billion germs every day. If you can't bear the thought of that, hold your breath.
#39
davelfc
davek
Zombied
And you still have to touch the taps oO

Always worries me when I leave the gents and grab the door handle, I've washed my hands but the chances of the person who left before me doing the same is low to say the least - ewwwwwww!



Bothers me too, I've yet to find a toilet door that when you leave opens out! At least you wouldn't have to grab a handle then.

I get that some people can't get their kids to do anything but having to buy this to prove what a poor parent you are is a little daft. Didn't have these when my kids were little and I made sure they washed their hands.

What next for the lazy parents?



What???oO Surely for lazy kids as they now don't have to go to the effort of picking up a bar of soap or pressing the plunger in a soap bottle. ;)
1 Like #40
nossa
Saintledger
nossa
Saintledger
revzman
Is that 0.01% of bacteria still going strong?


They can't say 100% even though it probably does because they can't prove it... or so i'm told by Steven Fry. :P

I'm not 99.9% sure lol not really. Someone once told me that MRSA for example is only killed by alcohol, hence the special dispensers in hospital. Maybe that accounts for the 0.01%?


http://www.dettol.co.uk/disinfecting-liquid

MRSA is one Dettol claim they can kill ;)


I'm absolutely fascinated now...what are they not telling us. Why won't they list what the 0.01% bacteria is that's going to kill us all. We should be better prepared.


The bacteria we dont know of....

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