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This will not protect against covid more than any other soap.

The key to hand washing is friction and covering entire surface of the hands.
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This will not protect against covid more than any other soap.

The key to hand washing is friction and covering entire surface of the hands.
Yes but foaming allows better spread.

I don't have a foaming dispenser though
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50% is just water
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Yes but foaming allows better spread.

I don't have a foaming dispenser though
One dose of foam soap has significantly less surfactant than gel soap.

Better spread does not equate to better kill. If anything, the foam gives a false sense of security/clean feel. Gel soaps forces us to lather up via scrubbing. Scrubbing is what gives better kill.
GEL Soap >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> FOAM SOAP.
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If you have a foaming dispenser, the gel soaps "foam" just fine when diluted with about 3 parts water. Yes, obviously, very diluted compared to the pure gel soap.

So save money, buy the gels and make your own "foaming soap" as desired.

Concentrated dish liquids, usually labeled as "ultra, etc" make good as foaming soap also.
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Anti bacterial = bad. Can we not have simple soap anymore?
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Anti bacterial = bad. Can we not have simple soap anymore?
There are thousands of soap options. Don't like this one? Buy a different one. Or make your own.
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OOS but still available to order. In for 1
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If you have a foaming dispenser, the gel soaps "foam" just fine when diluted with about 3 parts water. Yes, obviously, very diluted compared to the pure gel soap.

So save money, buy the gels and make your own "foaming soap" as desired.

Concentrated dish liquids, usually labeled as "ultra, etc" make good as foaming soap also.
link please for the gels? ty
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link please for the gels? ty
Lol, don't know if I can find a link, because I get mine at Dollar Tree for $1/32oz. Look for "Spa Soap". I estimate a quart lasts me about a year of hand washes(after diluting 3 or 4 parts water to 1 part soap). Has the same antibacterial, benzylconium chloride, as the one in the topic here.

I assume it's a knock off of Soft Soap. Similarly, I also assume Soft Soap has gels.

Surely there are other well known gels out there.

https://www.dollartree.com/bulk/Spasoap
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still expensive.
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great deal for 52oz
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