I think The Pampered Chef sells (or at least used to sell) foam dispensers without soap.
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Posts: 6778 9/9/08 1:15 P
I didn't dilute mine before I put it in the foaming dispenser. So every once in awhile I just have to run it under hot water or something to get it unclogged. I love it though!
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Posts: 933 9/9/08 9:11 A
cool idea. thanks
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Posts: 212 9/9/08 8:33 A
I bought one with a different soap - I couldn't find the dispensers alone...
Posts: 118 9/9/08 7:48 A
Cool! I like to use Dr. Bronner's soap for handwashing as well. So the foam dispenser is what makes it foamy? I always assumed it was something in the soap. I'll have to try it out! Were you able to find a fillable foam dispenser or did you buy one with another soap in it?
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Posts: 212 9/9/08 12:00 A
I was sooo excited when I figured this out... So I like the idea of foam soap, but the ones in the stores are full of bad chemicals, so I thought I'd try filling the foam soap dispenser with about 2-3 tbsps of Dr. Bronner's soap & the rest with water & it works marvelously!!! It's such a nice lather, safe, and smells good (I like the mint). And it makes washing LOs' hands easier too :)
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