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Pack of 12 - Dial Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap, Aloe, 7.5 Fluid Ounces $11.29 w/ 5% S&S or $10.10 w/ 15% S&S

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Dial Antibacterial Liquid Hand Soap, Aloe, 7.5 Fluid Ounces (Pack of 12)

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Sure, I guess so.
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
Because with this you get a new pump. They don't last forever you know.
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Seems expensive than refill
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
Absolutely agree with you

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Because with this you get a new pump. They don't last forever you know.
New pump is $1 at dollar store. Sam's sells Hand Soap Refill (Aloe Vera) 160 (2x80) fl oz for $7 (ships for free).
Still much cheaper even if you buy that pump separately.
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New pump is $1 at dollar store. Sam's sells Hand Soap Refill (Aloe Vera) 160 (2x80) fl oz for $7 (ships for free).
Still much cheaper even if you buy that pump separately.
Yeah, I've even gotten soap refills at the Dollar Tree. They are around 32 oz. I think. Still gets the job done imo.
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New pump is $1 at dollar store. Sam's sells Hand Soap Refill (Aloe Vera) 160 (2x80) fl oz for $7 (ships for free).
Still much cheaper even if you buy that pump separately.
I'm sorry I should have been more clear. You get 12 new pumps with this. Not just one. 12 new pumps at the dollar store is $12. Most people have more than one sink in their house in which they wash their hands. While I agree the refill is a cheaper option for the soap itself (I buy the refills, too), this deal has its purpose.
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Sometimes I just feel like throwing stuff away.

Particularly when it didn't even cost $1 and was delivered to my door.
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
And friendlier to the environment
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
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Because with this you get a new pump. They don't last forever you know.
I buy the cheaper brand at the dollar store, & I buy the refills. The pump lasts for quite some time. When I replace them, it's usually because the bottle gets knocked on the floor, several times, causing the pump to break.
They are probably running the antibacterial soap out, because of the new rules.
edit: I just realized these bottles are small. The ones I have are 11-12oz.
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Beyond me why people don't just buy it in the large refill bottles.....that'd be far cheaper than this.
I used to go down that route previously, but I found that the pump usually became goopy and, if you like me live in an area with hard water, all scaled up. Thought it was worth it to spend some more money and get a new pump each time, than feeling disgusted with a goopy pump. Plus you are not stuck with the same soap choice for all eternity
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Repped, thanks.
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Because with this you get a new pump. They don't last forever you know.
Don't last forever? Not sure about the dial brand pumps, but we use the softsoap small pump bottles with the big 56oz refill bottles from Walmart(4$ reg price ), have 5 people/3 bathrooms in the house, have been using the same 3 pump bottles for 4+ yrs now, all of them still perfectly functional. Not saying they'll stay that way FOREVER.......but pretty sure starting an entirely new bottle every time the soap runs out is far more expensive and unnecessarily wasteful, but it's your money, so whatever.
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I buy the cheaper brand at the dollar store, & I buy the refills. The pump lasts for quite some time. When I replace them, it's usually because the bottle gets knocked on the floor, several times, causing the pump to break.
They are probably running the antibacterial soap out, because of the new rules.
edit: I just realized these bottles are small. The ones I have are 11-12oz.
I have also seen those huge bottles at the dollar tree for only 1$.....have been tempted to try one, but afraid that it might be drying to my hands and/or not as effective. Hows your experience with it?
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