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Simplehuman Automatic Soap Dispenser 2 pack 29.99 @ Sams Club B&M YMMV

trexxcrap 17 February 22, 2011 at 01:48 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Sam's Club Deals
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Hey Guys,

Sams Club has the Simplehuman Automatic Dispenser 2 pack @ sams club for 29.99. I went in yesterday and they had about 10 of them in the clearance section. These work great and look very sleek. I can't find it on the sams club website but here is the link to amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/simplehuman...B000Q6L7JQ

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pretty snazzy looking, but didnt everyone stockup on the near-free lysol versions from walgreens? =]
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I've been reloading my Lysol dispenser with Softsoap, but the thickness of the soap and its relative viscosity makes it less suitable - it tends to have hanging drips that activate the sensor and dispense more soap, and the cycle repeats until there is a pile of soap in the kitchen sink.

This dispenser looks like it could handle other soaps - since I stocked up on Softsoap, would anyone that has this care to share how it works?

Thanks!
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I've been reloading my Lysol dispenser with Softsoap, but the thickness of the soap and its relative viscosity makes it less suitable - it tends to have hanging drips that activate the sensor and dispense more soap, and the cycle repeats until there is a pile of soap in the kitchen sink.

This dispenser looks like it could handle other soaps - since I stocked up on Softsoap, would anyone that has this care to share how it works?

Thanks!
i have thick softsoap in mine now, works without issue
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Quote from Steelwells View Post :
I've been reloading my Lysol dispenser with Softsoap, but the thickness of the soap and its relative viscosity makes it less suitable - it tends to have hanging drips that activate the sensor and dispense more soap, and the cycle repeats until there is a pile of soap in the kitchen sink.
Thanks!
Had the same issue until I cleaned the sensor. It often builds up over time.
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I have this and use softsoap in mine and actually just bought it a couple weeks ago from Amazon and am already considering sending it back. It gets clogged and does not want to dispense soap very well because of the vaccu lock seal. I have to pull the little dispensing plug and twist almost daily just to get this thing to work right and its becoming more of a hassle than what I intended.
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Quote from p0ptart View Post :
I have this and use softsoap in mine and actually just bought it a couple weeks ago from Amazon and am already considering sending it back. It gets clogged and does not want to dispense soap very well because of the vaccu lock seal. I have to pull the little dispensing plug and twist almost daily just to get this thing to work right and its becoming more of a hassle than what I intended.
They do take a bit of work to get functional-we bought 5 at BJ's wholesale on a clearance rack for I think $15-coulda been $20. We gifted 2. Kept 3.
One is in the box ready to 'go back' (even though it isnt going anywhere-it has been like 2 years lol).
The others had periods where they wouldnt dispense, dispensed too much, blue light kept blinking after we replaced batteries and so on. Simple searches on the web yield quick fixes for all of their issues-and I would definitely replace ours with the same ones if the price was right. $15 each is decent imo. And the one 'in the box' is probably fine with a few internet fixes.
As for the plug-we just loosely lay it on top to give it airflow. I guess that isnt very glamorous.Frown
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I got the same deal from Costco and this is the worst Simple Human product made. The sensor doesn't really work 90% of the time and lately the senor stopped working (just error out blinking blue light). I used mine for about 3 or 4 months until it stop working I still have a new one in the box, but this is so bad I don't even bother using the new one. Just stay away from it.
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Quote from Steelwells View Post :
I've been reloading my Lysol dispenser with Softsoap, but the thickness of the soap and its relative viscosity makes it less suitable - it tends to have hanging drips that activate the sensor and dispense more soap, and the cycle repeats until there is a pile of soap in the kitchen sink.

This dispenser looks like it could handle other soaps - since I stocked up on Softsoap, would anyone that has this care to share how it works?

Thanks!
ive noticed something similar on my lysol with softsoap, however ive solved the problem by 'helping' pull the soap away, kinda pull it toward you with your hand and it will not trigger the next pump.
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I'd stay clear of this. I've had one for a while. Either the soap doesn't want to dispense or presently the battery contacts have corroded and it doesn't work at all. I've removed all of the rust but it doesn't work much at all any more.
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