Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System @ Co-op £1.99 or Sainsburys £1.50 (with voucher)
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Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System @ Co-op £1.99 or Sainsburys £1.50 (with voucher)

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Found 11th Oct 2011
This is currently on a half price promotion at the Co-operative food stores so with the voucher makes this £1.99 Also at sainsburys for £1.50 with voucher
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I thought we'd washed our hands of these dettol deals now
Just £4.50 at Sainsburys. Still a good price though if you only have a Co-op handy.
nice find
Just £4.50 at Sainsburys
where does it say on the voucher it has to be used at a Co-op??? T&Cs say most retailers??

It's doesn't, but I didn't know it was still on offer at sainsburys the deal was expired

sonyahibbert

where does it say on the voucher it has to be used at a Co-op??? T&Cs say … where does it say on the voucher it has to be used at a Co-op??? T&Cs say most retailers??



Edited by: "coxeyr" 11th Oct 2011
I used one of these vouchers in Asda yesterday (£5 cost before voucher) and is the same price in Morrisons I think.
same price at the big 4 supermarkets anyway
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deleted193256
I'll stick to my cheaper handwash, and wash my hands straight after I touch the "germy pump"
Heat, ta op
How long before someone, apart from me, mentions taps?
Heat, ta op
Nice
Heat, ta op
If you can get a 20ml syringe you can refill the bottle with any handwash you want.
Fitz666

If you can get a 20ml syringe you can refill the bottle with any handwash … If you can get a 20ml syringe you can refill the bottle with any handwash you want.



Handwash? The devil take your handwash! I'm getting half a dozen of these, rinsing them out and filling them up with vodka, whisky, white and dark rum, gin and bourbon.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the automatic barman......

Edit: Bah! It's not even an original idea... hotukdeals.com/dea…e=8
Edited by: "markbloke" 11th Oct 2011
The voucher originates here by the way:

Dettol voucher source
MisterQ

How long before someone, apart from me, mentions taps?



Thats silly, after touching the taps you wash your hands, and repeat, until you either run out of soap or fade away, with clean hands of course.

Can the voucher be used as it is already reduced , it normally says "not to be used with any other offers"
Edited by: "Robo" 11th Oct 2011

[quote=Fitz666]If you can get a 20ml syringe you can refill the bottle with any handwash you want

Just gently remove the top, it's much less easier.
For those who don't have a co-op nearby this is currently 4.99 at Tesco, Morrisons and Home Bargains and all these places take the pdf voucher too.
Good deal, have voted hot on a value vs other retailers perspective, I just don't understand why this product exists though. Am I missing something?

Is it a test of intelegence or to try to measure some baseline paranoia level in the population? I've only seen these deals in shops with a loyaly points scheme like Tesco, Sainsburys or Co-Op so could it be an MI5 / Detoll joint collaboration in data-mining to see how mental we all are? Let me be the first to shout conspiracy (I have not checked my facts, I assume that someone will have already shouted conspiracy in the various other discussions on this product).

What if I contract H1N1 by touching my Co-Op member card when making the purchase? What about the buttons on the chip and pin device if I pay by Visa - loads of people touch those, there might be plague on them? Hold on, there might be Legionella in the air-con in the shop? We're DOOMED!

Sorry, I think I got carried away there......
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deleted148786
In the case of water taps, you may turn the tap on, wash the germs off of your hands, then turn the tap off and pick up germs from that came from your dirty hands and the dirty hands of others earlier.

However, with a pump action hand cleanser, you touch the top to press it and get antiseptic or antibaxterial soap, wash your hands, then touch the TAP next, not the soap dispenser. Why would you need to touch the soap dispenser again?

Unless you have to "turn it off". Which of course you do not need to do, and never will.

So I agree with the sentiment stated above and throughout the rest of the comments.

What do we need this product for?
This product is not obviously for everybody. As with everything else.

If you are looking for something like this, then this is a good deal. I was able to buy this in Sainsbury's a week ago and, unless they changed the prices, was reduced already to £4.50, and with the voucher, further reduced to £1.50. Voucher has to be manually processed by an employee, it will not scan on its own.

Finally the voucher is valid till March 2012, according to the small print. Hope this helps someone.
Oh, forgot to mention, this pump comes in two colours now: traditional white and aluminum/grey.
you can prise the top off and refill it wth any liquid soap you like and yes you can use the voucher even if it's reduced by half I have bought 6 of these one for each of my friends and neighbours ok deal and if you go to sainsburys you get them for £1.50 each after voucher is taken off
markbloke

Handwash? The devil take your handwash! I'm getting half a dozen of … Handwash? The devil take your handwash! I'm getting half a dozen of these, rinsing them out and filling them up with vodka, whisky, white and dark rum, gin and bourbon.Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the automatic barman......



Would this actually work?!? I'm tempted... (_;)
yes I have done it already the top is difficult to prise off but it will come off eventually I just filled it with a supermarket own brand soap with an anti bacterial agent in it for £1.50 it's not a lot of risk go on live dangerously
davesherman

Would this actually work?!? I'm tempted... (_;)



Sadly I've read up and research suggests the viscosity of alcoholic beverages is too low to be pumped. I might get one anyway to see if it can be modified but then again the cat will probably just walk past in the night, get showered with a dose of JD and try to lick it off. The consequences of that would be unthinkable.
markbloke

Sadly I've read up and research suggests the viscosity of alcoholic … Sadly I've read up and research suggests the viscosity of alcoholic beverages is too low to be pumped. I might get one anyway to see if it can be modified but then again the cat will probably just walk past in the night, get showered with a dose of JD and try to lick it off. The consequences of that would be unthinkable.



arr so what your saying is DRAMBUIE great idea love drambuie and anything that helps me move less when wasted
skeggman

Good deal, have voted hot on a value vs other retailers perspective, I … Good deal, have voted hot on a value vs other retailers perspective, I just don't understand why this product exists though. Am I missing something?Is it a test of intelegence or to try to measure some baseline paranoia level in the population? I've only seen these deals in shops with a loyaly points scheme like Tesco, Sainsburys or Co-Op so could it be an MI5 / Detoll joint collaboration in data-mining to see how mental we all are? Let me be the first to shout conspiracy (I have not checked my facts, I assume that someone will have already shouted conspiracy in the various other discussions on this product).What if I contract H1N1 by touching my Co-Op member card when making the purchase? What about the buttons on the chip and pin device if I pay by Visa - loads of people touch those, there might be plague on them? Hold on, there might be Legionella in the air-con in the shop? We're DOOMED!Sorry, I think I got carried away there......


Noooooooooooo, dont stop there, you are on a roll
best price ever
Robo

Thats silly, after touching the taps you wash your hands, and repeat, … Thats silly, after touching the taps you wash your hands, and repeat, until you either run out of soap or fade away, with clean hands of course.Can the voucher be used as it is already reduced , it normally says "not to be used with any other offers"



And what's the first thing you do after touching your manual soap dispenser???
Now all I have to do is find a way to close the tap water without touching it.
Edited by: "ilikedeals" 12th Oct 2011
My taps turn on and off by using a bar. If I was that paranoid I could use my elbow.

Thats even cheeper! I take it thats £4.50 without voucher?
That would be £1.50!

Jason_Mraz

Just £4.50 at Sainsburys. Still a good price though if you only have a … Just £4.50 at Sainsburys. Still a good price though if you only have a Co-op handy.


Good deal, but just a heads up for the Morrisons in Chorley.
They wouldn't take the voucher, pointing out the 'not to be used in conjunction with any other offer' as an excuse....will try Tesco's on way home!
I don't need this....I wear rubber gloves !
Typically for me, voucher printed and presented to the Co -op Outwood Leeds to be told,

"As it says on the voucher not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, i.e, not half price as in the Co-op, it was not valid!"

Next stop........



Some of the co-ops must be abit fussy about this, used mine in the Leicester co-op then used one at sainsburys self service with no problems

faz1964

Typically for me, voucher printed and presented to the Co -op Outwood … Typically for me, voucher printed and presented to the Co -op Outwood Leeds to be told,"As it says on the voucher not to be used in conjunction with any other offer, i.e, not half price as in the Co-op, it was not valid!"Next stop........


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