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345 I was uncertain about this product b/c I read some negative reviews on Amazon, but when I saw it on sale at Walmart I decided it was cheap enough to try. Love it! EASY to use and clean. I have both scents: cucumber and green tea ~ very pretty! Best of all it is antibacterial soap!
You can get refills and keep the dispenser.
Review expenses annually and trim any unnecessary expenses. One year ago, I got rid of our home reverse osmosis, water softener system, satellite radio and changed cell phone plan and saved about $1000/year.
To still feel spoiled we purchased the Brita fridge dispenser (not pitcher) and we fill our own water bottles for games and on the go. The cost of the dispenser and 9 month supply of filters cost a month & a half of water service.
I recycle the foaming soap dispensers from bath and body works. I use dr. bronner's castille soap in the old soap dispenser (THE FOAMING TYPE OF DISPENSER) and I dilute the soap with mostly water.... say 1 part soap and six parts water. This is a very economical soap and smells great.
No, this is not about losing weight. It is about losing germs.
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