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6-Pack 7.5-Oz Softsoap Moisturizing Liquid Hand Soap (Various Scents) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Pack 7.5-Oz Softsoap Moisturizing Liquid Hand Soap (Various Scents) on sale from $4.12 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Amazon has Select 6-Pack 7.5-Oz Softsoap Moisturizing Liquid Hand Soap (Various Scents) on sale from $4.12 when you 'apply' the 25% coupon on product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+.

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Yes, unless you take the three minutes to combine the leftover with your next full bottle?
I usually add some water. It gets diluted but I dispense accordingly. It does serve my purpose.
My dollar tree recently got 32oz Softsoap (Coconut and Lavender) refills. Much better deal.

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Way better deal than the $1.25 Tree store. Thanks.
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Horrible bottle/pump design, probably intentionally. You will never get the bottom 10% out.
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Why can't toilet tissue go on sale as often as this hand soap does ?!
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Horrible bottle/pump design, probably intentionally. You will never get the bottom 10% out.
Yes, unless you take the three minutes to combine the leftover with your next full bottle?
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It's never been at $8… I've bought these like for $5 for the last 2 years at amazon… $4 is still a good deal though
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Yes, unless you take the three minutes to combine the leftover with your next full bottle?
I usually add some water. It gets diluted but I dispense accordingly. It does serve my purpose.
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Way better deal than the $1.25 Tree store. Thanks.
My dollar tree recently got 32oz Softsoap (Coconut and Lavender) refills. Much better deal.
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Quote from DrRad :
My dollar tree recently got 32oz Softsoap (Coconut and Lavender) refills. Much better deal.
Not sure what price Dollar Tree has, but Walmart has the 50 oz refills [walmart.com] for $5 (here is another [walmart.com]) and the pump 7.5oz for less than a dollar.

As a guy, the aloe vera version is more or less a neutral smell and actually prefer the Equate brand, here [walmart.com] and here [walmart.com] a little better for the 'less' smell. But, Softsoap is fine.
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Horrible bottle/pump design, probably intentionally. You will never get the bottom 10% out.
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Use a threaded pipe nipple and connect two bottles together for one to drain into the other. I guess not everyone has pipe nipples laying around, but the plastic ones are cheap enough. Take the empty bottle with you and match up. The principle works for a lot of various items.

Then again, you can flush out with a little water and put in laundry, or just throw away while wasting 10 cents or less. They are really convenient, but It seems a shame to throw all those pump bottles away..... but I don't know what else to do with them.
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I have yet to receive these without half the bottles being open or a few of the pumps smashed in shipping. The way they're packed is clearly meant for freight instead of shipping.
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Quote from phoahabi :
Horrible bottle/pump design, probably intentionally. You will never get the bottom 10% out.
My First-World problem: when I mix pumps and bottles, sometimes I'll have to extend or shorten the straw. With leftover straw segments from shortening, I can extend straws by taping them to the end. Works best when extension is slightly wider to sleeve straw like a collapsible cup. Thanks for the opportunity to confess.
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Quote from MehdiAanis :
I usually add some water. It gets diluted but I dispense accordingly. It does serve my purpose.
I used to hate when my hubby did that. Lol. But I now mix 1 part liquid soap with 3 to 4 parts water in a foaming soap dispenser and problem is solved. Applause
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Use a threaded pipe nipple and connect two bottles together for one to drain into the other. I guess not everyone has pipe nipples laying around, but the plastic ones are cheap enough. Take the empty bottle with you and match up. The principle works for a lot of various items.

Then again, you can flush out with a little water and put in laundry, or just throw away while wasting 10 cents or less. They are really convenient, but It seems a shame to throw all those pump bottles away..... but I don't know what else to do with them.
And I've been balancing bottles upside down on funnels🤦
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