Ceramic soap dispenser only £1 instore @ Poundland
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Ceramic soap dispenser only £1 instore @ Poundland

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LocalFound 17th MarEdited by:"kausar.haider"
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Cheaper than the Argos deal posted on ceramic soap dispenser and easily available in-store
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only downside being you have to live with every day afterwards
also available in white and ocean blue. Got the white one last year at the same price.
I bought 2 different colours last year work great only downside is the colour starts chipping off after a while
twinkle.eyes22 m ago

I bought 2 different colours last year work great only downside is the …I bought 2 different colours last year work great only downside is the colour starts chipping off after a while


The plastic pump on mine also failed - twice, bought a plastic Tesco one for £4 with a metal pump head

Poundland can be bargains but some of it is cheap tat afterall, don’t recommend these based on 2 breaking/peeling within a few months. Still if finances dictate it then yeah.
seaniboy17 m ago

The plastic pump on mine also failed - twice, bought a plastic Tesco one …The plastic pump on mine also failed - twice, bought a plastic Tesco one for £4 with a metal pump head Poundland can be bargains but some of it is cheap tat afterall, don’t recommend these based on 2 breaking/peeling within a few months. Still if finances dictate it then yeah.


Can't imagine when finances would ever dictate you need a poorly made ceramic soap pump. Since most soap comes in a pump bottle anyway.
MSK.1 h, 2 m ago

Can't imagine when finances would ever dictate you need a poorly made …Can't imagine when finances would ever dictate you need a poorly made ceramic soap pump. Since most soap comes in a pump bottle anyway.


Well some people with disabilities in thier wrists/hands may find a heavier dispenser base easier to use I would imagine, my Tesco one is plastic with a metal pump which is why I bought it but the base is narrower than the top of it and when it’s less than half full if you ‘pump’ the dispenser even slightly uneven it flies off like a U.K. regional charter to Benidorm - and makes as much a mess!

As you said, even a standard disposable hand wash is much better than the Tesco one I bought as the base is equal or larger to the top of the them.

I’ve mastered the art (mostly (excited)) and use it now on the end of the bath for use in the shower as my armpit dispenser, moistureriser rich antibacterial soap & mitchem do the job for the worst men’s musk.

PS) Cussons Imperial Leather antibacterial soap varieties with ‘vitamin E’ seem to do more harm than good to the skin, which beggars belief given the Vit E is in there to moisture, leaves hands dry (my knuckles were like sandpaper and very inflamed/sore) and armpits itchy. The non Vit E ones are fine but avoid the ones with labels that state “ ‘scent’ + Vit E” on the front of the label...nasty stuff, as bad as the stuff you get in public toilets as it’s just cheap harsh chemicals.
seaniboy1 h, 18 m ago

Well some people with disabilities in thier wrists/hands may find a …Well some people with disabilities in thier wrists/hands may find a heavier dispenser base easier to use I would imagine, my Tesco one is plastic with a metal pump which is why I bought it but the base is narrower than the top of it and when it’s less than half full if you ‘pump’ the dispenser even slightly uneven it flies off like a U.K. regional charter to Benidorm - and makes as much a mess! As you said, even a standard disposable hand wash is much better than the Tesco one I bought as the base is equal or larger to the top of the them. I’ve mastered the art (mostly (excited)) and use it now on the end of the bath for use in the shower as my armpit dispenser, moistureriser rich antibacterial soap & mitchem do the job for the worst men’s musk. PS) Cussons Imperial Leather antibacterial soap varieties with ‘vitamin E’ seem to do more harm than good to the skin, which beggars belief given the Vit E is in there to moisture, leaves hands dry (my knuckles were like sandpaper and very inflamed/sore) and armpits itchy. The non Vit E ones are fine but avoid the ones with labels that state “ ‘scent’ + Vit E” on the front of the label...nasty stuff, as bad as the stuff you get in public toilets as it’s just cheap harsh chemicals.


That makes sense I suppose, extra weight would help it stay still.

Are the first two ingredients sodium lauryl sulfate and cocamidopropyl betaine perchance? I don't know why some companies feel the need to add multiple surfactants, rarely necessary, extremely drying.
MSK.2 h, 43 m ago

That makes sense I suppose, extra weight would help it stay still.Are the …That makes sense I suppose, extra weight would help it stay still.Are the first two ingredients sodium lauryl sulfate and cocamidopropyl betaine perchance? I don't know why some companies feel the need to add multiple surfactants, rarely necessary, extremely drying.


Lauryl agitates my gums but hands ain’t as bad, the C IL stuff does to my hands what the green hand sanitizer in hospitals does but much worse, the Vit E must be minimal and chemicals ahoy, nasty stuff I even washed myself all over as out of J&J baby bath and I was itchy and peeling all over - not good at the back of your testicles with a burning itchy area. I sussed that was what was causing my knuckles etc the issue and no moisturer was working. The non C IL Vit E stuff is fine but the Vit E stuff is horrific.
Have matching toothbrush holder and soap dish too
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