Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System, Lotus Flower 250ml @ Amazon - £5 Prime / £8.99 non-Prime
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Dettol No Touch Hand Wash System, Lotus Flower 250ml @ Amazon - £5 Prime / £8.99 non-Prime

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Found 3rd Jan
Good price for the dettol no touch hand system.
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I refilled mine with ketchup. Hotdog night is now even more awesome.
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I have never had one of these before, can somebody tell me if the bottles could be refilled ( like when you put the last of the washing up liquid into a new bottle ) Its just I have lots of standard handwash bottles but would prefer this.
Edited by: "carlymt" 3rd Jan
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carlymt3 m ago

I have never had one of these before, can somebody tell me if the bottles …I have never had one of these before, can somebody tell me if the bottles could be refilled ( like when you put the last of the washing up liquid into a new bottle ) Its just I have lots of standard handwash bottles but would prefer this.


that was my first thought when i saw this deal...doing some internet hunting it appears you can by poppin off the lid and refilling. link below;
lemon-tea.co.uk/sin…tem
I’ve had the older style for a few years - I always refill with standard hand wash, just pop the lid of carefully with a knife. Much cheaper. Very handy gadget, getting 2 of these as mine have discoloured sitting on the windowsill in the sun.
Thanks op
Edited by: "karina80" 3rd Jan
Tea_minion4 m ago

that was my first thought when i saw this deal...doing some internet …that was my first thought when i saw this deal...doing some internet hunting it appears you can by poppin off the lid and refilling. link below;http://www.lemon-tea.co.uk/single-post/2016/11/07/How-to-refill-Dettol-No-Touch-Hand-Wash-System


Thanks so much for that, just what I need then
I also have one and there are two clips on the lid that secure it to the bottle. I did what the above poster did I levered the lid off with a knife. Once I figured where the clip was - I filed it down. It's been going strong for about 10 months now.
Edited by: "Ikinaya88" 3rd Jan
carlymt13 m ago

I have never had one of these before, can somebody tell me if the bottles …I have never had one of these before, can somebody tell me if the bottles could be refilled ( like when you put the last of the washing up liquid into a new bottle ) Its just I have lots of standard handwash bottles but would prefer this.


Yes flip the lid off with a butter knife Not sharp knife and refill.
Ordered. Worth a try for a fiver
switched to the Simplehuman system 3 years ago.

Went through about 6/7 of these (older model) cheap dettol ones. They will stop working after about 9 months of continuous use.
Edited by: "Speculator" 3rd Jan
How long does the battery last on average? My last one I had to replace every 2 weeks! Very annoying!
I refilled mine with ketchup. Hotdog night is now even more awesome.
I still can't work out what the point of these is...
Just went to order but its gone up to £9.81
jammy866 m ago

I still can't work out what the point of these is...


Me neither. If there are germs accumulated on your standard dispenser dont worry, you're about to wash your hands
Now £9.81.
Speculator27 m ago

switched to the Simplehuman system 3 years ago.Went through about 6/7 of …switched to the Simplehuman system 3 years ago.Went through about 6/7 of these (older model) cheap dettol ones. They will stop working after about 9 months of continuous use.


@ £5 for 9 months is a bargain ... then bin it
I had two when they first came out and they both failed after a few months. The main problem was that the battery terminals corroded quite rapidly. Another related problem was that when the batteries wore out the machines would sporadically operate without anyone being there and you would return to find an empty bottle and a large puddle of soap. I have no way of knowing if this problem persists but I personally would stay clear of them. It's a good price though if anyone wants to give it a try, so I won't vote either way
£9.81 now
John_Atkinson-1166324096951 m ago

Yes flip the lid off with a butter knife Not sharp knife and refill.


heat the lid in very hot water and it just pops off, no need for a knife
I have had 2 for about 2 years no issues keep clean, change battery's about once a year and once you manage to get the bottle out bend a couple of tabs and you can refill it.
£9.95 NOW
jammy8629 m ago

I still can't work out what the point of these is...


It's to separate the 'must have one' brigade from their money and then fill a space in the cupboard. Other pointless objects are available.
Besford9 m ago

It's to separate the 'must have one' brigade from their money and then …It's to separate the 'must have one' brigade from their money and then fill a space in the cupboard. Other pointless objects are available.



They’re great for use by young kids who either can’t reach the top of a normal dispenser on the sink/worktop, or they don’t have the strength to hold the dispenser and push down.
Speculator59 m ago

switched to the Simplehuman system 3 years ago.Went through about 6/7 of …switched to the Simplehuman system 3 years ago.Went through about 6/7 of these (older model) cheap dettol ones. They will stop working after about 9 months of continuous use.


Bought three a number of years ago when they were on special offer. All three still in working order. So easy to refill with your own choice of hand wash.
I drilled a hole in the bottom of the refill bottle, and then cut the spout out of a drinks carton and screwed and glued that in the refill bottle, then used the drinks carton cap to seal the refill bottle after refilling, this way there is no need to remove the refill bottle from the holder, just top it up in situ through the cap. I still dumped the system though as it uses twice as much soap as desired, so even using cheap refilling liquid, it still worked out expensive.
Edited by: "giltbrook" 3rd Jan
Same price (£5) at Tesco online and I think should be in store as well. Hope can help someone if missed this deal from Amazon.
tesco.com/gro….ds
I had the first version of this and it went nuts in the middle of the night and dispensed soap non stop. Almost slipped on a puddle of soap that had trickled down to the floor
giltbrook53 m ago

I drilled a hole in the bottom of the refill bottle, and then cut the …I drilled a hole in the bottom of the refill bottle, and then cut the spout out of a drinks carton and screwed and glued that in the refill bottle, then used the drinks carton cap to seal the refill bottle after refilling, this way there is no need to remove the refill bottle from the holder, just top it up in situ through the cap. I still dumped the system though as it uses twice as much soap as desired, so even using cheap refilling liquid, it still worked out expensive.


that will look lovely in my servants kitchen now wont it ..... maybe ok on a council estate
callum8886 h, 39 m ago

Same price (£5) at Tesco online and I think should be in store as well. …Same price (£5) at Tesco online and I think should be in store as well. Hope can help someone if missed this deal from Amazon.https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/284591014?sc_cmp=ppc*GHS+-+Grocery+-+New*PX+|+Shopping+GSC+|+All+Products*PRODUCT+GROUP284591014*&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI46SD7fC82AIV4bXtCh3o-gjMEAQYAiABEgLuQvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


No longer available in tesco
psmith19581 m ago

oh do behave [Image]


Login and try to order mate and you will see the message "sorry, this product is no longer available"
psmith195810 h, 3 m ago

that will look lovely in my servants kitchen now wont it ..... maybe ok on …that will look lovely in my servants kitchen now wont it ..... maybe ok on a council estate


When completed, the only visible difference is a screw cap on top that you remove to refill it, making it is so easy that servants are no longer required.
Although I don't live on a council estate, I still find your comment about the people that do live on them distasteful and unnecessary.
Back to £5 @ Amazon (prime)
Back to £9.64
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