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Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill, Spring Water, 32 Fluid Ounces $3.99

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RICH, CREAMY LATHER: Experience the luxurious, creamy foaming formula with Dial antibacterial foaming hand washes for your hands to love.
PROTECT AGAINST BACTERIA: Kills 99.99% of Bacteria* (*Bacteria encountered in household settings)
TOUGH BUT GENTLE: Formulated with antibacterial ingredients, Dial Complete is tough on bacteria but gentle on skin.
FOR THE FAMILY: Pass on the Dial heritage to the hands you care about most. Formulated to be gentle on skin, even on the smallest hands.
HOW TO USE: 1. Pump into DRY hands 2. Lather vigorously in DRY hands for at least 20 seconds 3. Rinse clean with water. Remember: Pumping soap into dry hands saves energy and water!

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If you buy 2, there is $1 credit for no-rush shipping.
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Is this premixed with water? Looks like it.
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Is this premixed with water? Looks like it.
Yes, according to instructions.
"HOW TO USE: 1. Pump into DRY hands 2. Lather vigorously in DRY hands for at least 20 seconds 3. Rinse clean with water. Remember: Pumping soap into dry hands saves energy and water!"

BTW, I didn't know that I didn't need to wet my hands before pumping foaming soap as I usually do with gel soap. Good to know this.
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It's part of the promo to save $5 for spending $20 on select products. There seems to be a limit of 3 for the soap, so you need to buy other eligible items.

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Is this premixed with water? Looks like it.
Yeah, the foaming soap is watered down to work in the foaming pumps.
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Is this premixed with water? Looks like it.
The foaming soaps need to be less solid so the foam pumps don't clog. I use these and they work well.
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The foaming soaps need to be less solid so the foam pumps don't clog. I use these and they work well.
Yes....I'm aware of the foaming action....and how it works....but you should never buy it watered down. Buy the concentrate and add water.
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Limit 3. Thanks OP!
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Yes....I'm aware of the foaming action....and how it works....but you should never buy it watered down. Buy the concentrate and add water.
It doesn't always work.
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I realize this is SlickDeals, but I just feel compelled to say that antibacterial soap is not only unnecessary, but also counterproductive. Products like this just contribute to bacterial resistance to antibiotics. (Source: https://www.fda.gov/consumers/con...-and-water)

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Thx. Repped.
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It doesn't always work.
It has for 10 years in my house with the same little 6oz pumps that I refill with the dial soap concentrate.
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It doesn't always work.
Yeah, I started using this, because adding water the regular soap didn't work that well.
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Kills BACTERIA but not viruses, correct? Is a virus a "germ"?
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Does spring water smell better than purified water?
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