Soapinator is a contact-free, compact soap dispenser that's meant to hold up to 250 milliliters of your chosen hand soap or sanitizer. Each of these devices has been made to rest on virtually any flat surface, such as your bathroom vanity, your kitchen counter, or a desk that you use for work. Once it's been filled with soap or sanitizer, it's stated that each one will release a portion of your chosen solution onto your hands, which you can then use to help keep those hands germ-free.
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First, choose the flat surface that you want your Soapinator dispenser to rest on. It has a circular but level base with feet, so it shouldn't be prone to falling over if the surface you place it on is level. You may want to set it up next to a water tap, but the decision is ultimately yours. Wherever you place it, you'll need to fill it with your chosen type of hand soap or sanitizer by using the round hole on the top of the device.
To use the soap or sanitizer that's inside your hands-free dispenser, you'll have to hold one or both hands underneath the faucet. This motion should trigger the dispenser's small red light to turn on, and at the same time, it should dispense an individual portion of soap or sanitizer. Once you've got enough soap or sanitizer on your hands, move them away so that you don't trigger an extra dispensation.
Next, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, aiming to rub the soap or sanitizer all over every square inch of them, including your fingers. If you quit your hand-washing session before 20 seconds have passed, you may not be giving yourself enough time for your soap or sanitizer to penetrate viral molecules on your skin and kill them. Even if you think you're not a germ-carrier, there could be tons of individual particles of bacteria hanging out on your epidermis.
If you used sanitizer on your hands, your job will be done after you've rubbed it in nicely. On the other hand, if you used soap, you'll need to rinse the soap off with water, for at least a few seconds. At the same time, you'll be rinsing all the viral molecules that your soap has killed away!
With the Coronavirus and flu viruses around, it can be risky to use a soap dispenser that you have to press with your hands or fingers, especially if the dispenser is public. Fortunately, due to the fact that it's motion-activated, no one will ever have to touch a Soapinator in order to get some soap out of it. As a result, there should be little to no germs present on it at any time.
This soap dispenser is fairly slim and comes in a silver shade, which makes it appear quite sleek and sophisticated. Silver tends to look nice with other shades and colors, so no matter what the decor in your kitchen, bathroom, or office is like, your Soapinator's appearance will likely complement it.
The Soapinator is so compact that users may be able to comfortably carry it in just one hand. Most people will be able to move theirs from room to room without having any problems, although it's a good idea to wear plastic gloves as you carry one. Furthermore, if you want to transport yours from home to work, it'll probably fit nicely in your handbag or briefcase—just be sure that it's empty before you toss it in a carrying case.
This dispenser will hold the equivalent of one cup of liquid, and will only dispense small portions of soap or sanitizer at a time. Depending on your household or workplace's hand-washing needs, that means you may only need to fill it on a bi-weekly basis. Although it's been designed to hold soap or hand sanitizer, you can also place one of these dispensers in your bathtub or shower, where it'll be able to store and dispense shampoo and conditioner, too.
Some dispensers are only compatible with certain types of soap, or soap of a certain consistency, but you'll be able to fill your Soapinator with soap of almost any type, provided that it's not solid. If you have a favorite hand soap that you often apply to your hands in another way, you won't have to make a choice between that soap and this dispenser. The same goes for the type of liquid or gel-based hand sanitizer that you might choose to put into the device.
If you suffer from arthritis (or a similar issue that affects the hands), and you find it challenging to push on standard soap dispensers, the Soapinator will relieve you of that responsibility. Consequently, you may end up being able to dispense soap faster than you normally would. Similarly, children who don't quite have the level of coordination or strength that they need to use a standard dispenser may be able to use this touchless one, without the help of an adult.
You won't need to plug the Soapinator into electricity to operate it properly, which means that when you're choosing a location for yours, you won't be limited by the location of your electrical outlets. Using it also won't increase your electricity bill, and you won't have to worry about dragging along an extension cord if you move your dispenser around.
Instead of getting one of these devices, you might choose to have a soap dispenser permanently installed on one of your walls, such as your bathroom or kitchen wall. However, that'll take you up to hours if you decide to do it yourself, and you'll also need to spend time supervising a professional if you enlist one of them to do it. If you obtain a Soapinator device, though, there's no complicated installation process required. All you'll need to do is place the dispenser somewhere and fill it with soap, a process that may take you as little as five minutes.
Since this dispenser is motion-detected, you'll need to be careful as you move around near it, so you don't accidentally activate it and cause it to release and waste soap. It's best to place it a foot or two away from an area in which you'd complete other tasks with your hands, such as applying makeup, typing, or washing dishes.
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