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Amazon [amazon.com] has 32-Oz Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) for $2.79 when you 'clip' the $0.98 off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more.

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  • $3.97 - $0.98 Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $2.79
Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Pack 52-Oz Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) for $8.38 when you 'clip' the $2.94 off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save.Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more. Expired

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donaldinc asked this question on 09-27-2021 at 10:27 AM
09-27-2021 at 10:27 AM
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redipsx asked this question on 09-27-2021 at 12:02 PM
09-27-2021 at 12:02 PM
I have not had luck with the Method foaming dispensers, with any other refills than their own. Also, I had refilled one with this Dial while there was still about an ounce of Method left, and over time, the liquid turned into a jizz like consistency, and would no longer foam. I had to completely rinse out the method bottle, before refilling with Dial for that not to happen. Worked, but as mentioned, does not foam as well.

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I use this refill in Dial, Method, and Bath & Body Works foaming pumps and it works reasonably well. When I worked in the business a few years ago, there were two foaming pump manufacturers; one US-based and one China-based. Dial and B&BW used the US version and Method used the China version. The US version was built to much tighter tolerances and worked more consistently and longer than the China version (which worked well, just not as well). Both makers have different pump versions with different air/liquid ratio.

Sometimes the surfactants, thickeners, etc. used in the soaps don't mix well and you get odd results when mixing different soaps. Just use as much of the soap as you can, dump the last few drops, and refill.

As for diluting a regular hand soap, it can work. If it foams up, it's probably doing a decent job of cleaning your hands. The thickening agent, though, will eventually gum up the internals of the pump.
Just take regular liquid soap and dilute it 4:1 with water and it becomes "foaming hand soap" that works with any foaming hand soap dispenser for much cheaper than buying it pre-diluted like this deal.
I've been using this method with the same foaming soap dispenser that originally cost $1-2 for years.
I buy regular soap from Sam's @ $0.04/oz then dilute it to make the foaming soap and it comes out to <0.01/oz. A much better deal than this refil

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Is there a good refillable bottle to pour this in?
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Is there a good refillable bottle to pour this in?
Yes!

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 32-Oz Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) for $2.79 when you 'clip' the $0.98 off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more.

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.
  • $3.97 - $0.98 Coupon Savings - 5% Subscribe & Save = $2.79

Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Pack 52-Oz Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) for $8.38 when you 'clip' the $2.94 off coupon and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more.

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Your second link is liquid not foaming.
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Has anyone tried this on the Method foaming bottles?
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Has anyone tried this on the Method foaming bottles?
I have not had luck with the Method foaming dispensers, with any other refills than their own. Also, I had refilled one with this Dial while there was still about an ounce of Method left, and over time, the liquid turned into a jizz like consistency, and would no longer foam. I had to completely rinse out the method bottle, before refilling with Dial for that not to happen. Worked, but as mentioned, does not foam as well.
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Just take regular liquid soap and dilute it 4:1 with water and it becomes "foaming hand soap" that works with any foaming hand soap dispenser for much cheaper than buying it pre-diluted like this deal.
I've been using this method with the same foaming soap dispenser that originally cost $1-2 for years.
I buy regular soap from Sam's @ $0.04/oz then dilute it to make the foaming soap and it comes out to <0.01/oz. A much better deal than this refil
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Just take regular liquid soap and dilute it 4:1 with water and it becomes "foaming hand soap" that works with any foaming hand soap dispenser for much cheaper than buying it pre-diluted like this deal.
I've been using this method with the same foaming soap dispenser that originally cost $1-2 for years.
I buy regular soap from Sam's @ $0.04/oz then dilute it to make the foaming soap and it comes out to <0.01/oz. A much better deal than this refil
Exactly!!!
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Just take regular liquid soap and dilute it 4:1 with water and it becomes "foaming hand soap" that works with any foaming hand soap dispenser for much cheaper than buying it pre-diluted like this deal.
I've been using this method with the same foaming soap dispenser that originally cost $1-2 for years.
I buy regular soap from Sam's @ $0.04/oz then dilute it to make the foaming soap and it comes out to <0.01/oz. A much better deal than this refil

I'm surprised I had never thought of this myself, good idea, but wouldn't that dilute (reduce) the cleaning effectiveness of the soap as well? Is that a thing?
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I'm surprised I had never thought of this myself, good idea, but wouldn't that dilute (reduce) the cleaning effectiveness of the soap as well? Is that a thing?
I'm not an expert. I've heard the stuff you buy pre-made in stores is just diluted soap. I haven't had any issues with it for years in cleaning visibly dirty hands myself. I'd suggest trying it for yourself.
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I have not had luck with the Method foaming dispensers, with any other refills than their own. Also, I had refilled one with this Dial while there was still about an ounce of Method left, and over time, the liquid turned into a jizz like consistency, and would no longer foam. I had to completely rinse out the method bottle, before refilling with Dial for that not to happen. Worked, but as mentioned, does not foam as well.
Quote from redipsx :
Has anyone tried this on the Method foaming bottles?
I use this refill in Dial, Method, and Bath & Body Works foaming pumps and it works reasonably well. When I worked in the business a few years ago, there were two foaming pump manufacturers; one US-based and one China-based. Dial and B&BW used the US version and Method used the China version. The US version was built to much tighter tolerances and worked more consistently and longer than the China version (which worked well, just not as well). Both makers have different pump versions with different air/liquid ratio.

Sometimes the surfactants, thickeners, etc. used in the soaps don't mix well and you get odd results when mixing different soaps. Just use as much of the soap as you can, dump the last few drops, and refill.

As for diluting a regular hand soap, it can work. If it foams up, it's probably doing a decent job of cleaning your hands. The thickening agent, though, will eventually gum up the internals of the pump.
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I never perfected it but I've been diluting regular soap for awhile and refilling foam bottles. 4 to 1 sounds about right. It's kind of a gimmick overpaying for less soap.
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ordered this a month ago for $3.87, decent discount. Works well in the foaming bath and body works soap dispensers.
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One rule I use for adding water is to use distilled water. Probably not critical (no one in my house is using this as part of their prep before surgery) but certainly seems like a low-cost best practice.

Good luck!
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