Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System £1.99 - £2 (with Voucher) @ Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys
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Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System £1.99 - £2 (with Voucher) @ Tesco, Asda, Sainsburys

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Found 29th Sep 2011
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On offer at Tesco for £4.99, so after voucher £1.99, or £5 at Asda and Sainsburys so £2 after voucher

Description: 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.

Includes dispenser, hand wash refill and 4 x AA batteries.

Only £4.50 each at Sainsbury's (part of their better than half-price offer) before the coupon. So Only £1.50 after. Better price!
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the thing's a nonsense - you touch the dirty tap to close it, and the dettol's to clean your hands anyway so who cares if you press some button! Not voting anyway.
here we go with the usual remarks...yawn
Sid Harper

the thing's a nonsense - you touch the dirty tap to close it, and the … the thing's a nonsense - you touch the dirty tap to close it, and the dettol's to clean your hands anyway so who cares if you press some button! Not voting anyway.


I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson no touch hand dryer. :-D

drbunsen

here we go with the usual remarks...yawn


But they do make sense.
I only paid £1.50 with voucher the other day in Sainsburys. with the deal below.
hotukdeals.com/dea…663
Edited by: "solonely" 29th Sep 2011
thanks
What make are the batteries?
batteries are not branded but seem to last for ages - have refilled one about 5 times and still going strong.
Repost..but still helps some people..
Good if you have filthy hands from baking, car mechanic etc...
snapdragon

Good if you have filthy hands from baking, car mechanic etc...



You must be baking some dirty cakes

so wealthy your on here looking for a bargain .. !

ggilfedder

I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson … I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson no touch hand dryer. :-D


I don't think these are as bad an idea as most people think. It's almost like you haven't thought it through why it is bad and you've made a decision based on nothing but your use of the item. If I have been cooking, doing DIY etc I don't want to get dirt all over the standard dispenser and then have to clean it up afterwards and get water on it and all over the worktops by cleaning it up etc etc. If you get the tap handles dirty they're easy to clean because the water used to clean them goes down the sink, not all over the worktop.

Plus if they are refillable with Fairy or similar then you could hold a plate or other washing up under it to add soap with less wet soapy hands splashing all over the place to get the Fairy bottle.
ggilfedder

I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson … I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson no touch hand dryer. :-D


And asthma, skin irritation, tummy bugs, sore throats, allergies and all because no-body touches anything anymore.
The immune system needs testing to work properly.
Similar to overuse of anti-biotics.
Refills are expensive but I just pop the old empty cartridge lid off with a screwdriver and pour on the contents of a normal pump dispenser one which are usually well under £1.
"This coupon will be accepted by most reputable retailers in the UK and
Northern Ireland ..."

how about morrisons, is it included, or not ?
nice one
Cheers will pick one up
abx

I don't want to get dirt all over the standard dispenser and then have to … I don't want to get dirt all over the standard dispenser and then have to clean it up afterwards and get water on it and all over the worktops by cleaning it up etc etc. If you get the tap handles dirty they're easy to clean because the water used to clean them goes down the sink, not all over the worktop.



What's to stop you from putting the soap dispenser in the sink to wash it? There's no need to wash it on the worktop, is there?
Thanks OP. Heated
Wolf

And asthma, skin irritation, tummy bugs, sore throats, allergies and all … And asthma, skin irritation, tummy bugs, sore throats, allergies and all because no-body touches anything anymore.The immune system needs testing to work properly.Similar to overuse of anti-biotics.


Shhhh, don't tell them. If they've not read Douglas Adams, let them die in ignorance (_;)
Kudos to the OP for not starting the thread with the diuretic "It's back" that frequently plagues these boards.
Badbear

What's to stop you from putting the soap dispenser in the sink to wash … What's to stop you from putting the soap dispenser in the sink to wash it? There's no need to wash it on the worktop, is there?



So dry my hands off after doing the washing up just so I can pick up the soap dispenser with dry hands and then continue to wash my soap dispenser after each use or get something for £2 that would simplify the issue and alleviate the requirement to wash the whole thing in the sink after use...? oO
Only £4.50 each at Sainsbury's (part of their better than half-price offer) before the coupon. So Only £1.50 after. Better price!
ggilfedder

I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson … I'm very wealthy so I also have touch-sensitive taps, I also have Dyson no touch hand dryer. :-D


Have you mistaken wealthy with sleeping at your local posh gym, if not then your "friends" who come to your show home must think your an ass.
I got one of these today from sainsburys even used my colleague discount.

Did buy one last year but it ended up breaking, it ended up pumping out 3 squirts instead off one.
thanks
thats how you become wealthy saving the pennys!!!!
Just picked up from sainsburys paid £1.50 but she had to get manager because she said there was a scam going about using photo copied vouchers, i said mine was downloaded & printed off!! after a bit of a moan she let me have one the stupid cow oO
Also works in Superdrug!
op - why expired ?
drbunsen

op - why expired ?

Weird still on?????

Edited by: "OldEnglish" 30th Sep 2011
jon67

Refills are expensive but I just pop the old empty cartridge lid off … Refills are expensive but I just pop the old empty cartridge lid off with a screwdriver and pour on the contents of a normal pump dispenser one which are usually well under £1.



same here
Why expired?? Bought one on Friday in Asda for £2 and one in Morrisons yesterday for £1.99??
bought 3 in Sainsburys on Sunday, deal is still live
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