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32oz. Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32oz. Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) on sale for $3.49 when you 'clip' the $1.23 off coupon located on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 32-Oz Dial Complete Antibacterial Foaming Hand Soap Refill (Spring Water) for $4.97 - $1.23 when you 'clip' the coupon on product page - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $3.49. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+

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Grabbed 3 - I use these refills all the time, not sure why all the complaints above.
Anti-bacterial ≠ anti-biotics you're thinking of. The ingredient that interacts with bacteria in this is a salt that interferes with cell wall stability & other functions.
yeah, I have to wonder if they've somehow managed to use soap wrong.

I've been using foaming soap pretty much exclusively for almost a decade now, and I can't stand normal hand soap anymore.

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No coupon. Ymmv
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Better and cheaper just buy Castile soap and dilute it yourself
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Quote from Grassmudhorse :
Better and cheaper just buy Castile soap and dilute it yourself
Castile soap
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Yeah. This Dial stuff is trash. Bought once when it was my only option.
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Grabbed 3 - I use these refills all the time, not sure why all the complaints above.
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Grabbed 3 - I use these refills all the time, not sure why all the complaints above.
It's ok.
Doesn't suds up as nicely as some other soaps, takes a long time to rinse clean off hands, sucks dispensing from dial's original dispenser (drips like honey from the spout after the main glob of soap is in your hand), scent isn't anything sophisticated or upscale, doesn't pull dirt of dirty hands as well as even some bar soaps, nor moisturizers as well as other moisturizing soaps like Jergens pump.
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Grabbed 3 - I use these refills all the time, not sure why all the complaints above.
Probably cause they didn't use a foam pump?
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Why is this mentioned here as a deal? I just bought yesterday Dial coconut water & mango soap refill 52 oz for $4.97 yesterday from Wmt to dilute and use it in foaming hand soap bottles. Price can be checked on wmt site.
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Anti bacterial causes drug resistant bacteria. Normal soap is enough
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Anti bacterial causes drug resistant bacteria. Normal soap is enough
Anti-bacterial ≠ anti-biotics you're thinking of. The ingredient that interacts with bacteria in this is a salt that interferes with cell wall stability & other functions.
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The hate is real for this stuff.

I have another scent and use it in my kid's automatic foam dispenser. Works pretty good
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compare to Costco?
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