Sonic Foam is a touchless soap dispenser that's been designed to dispense hand soap, dish soap, facial soap, and even hand sanitizer. It's stated that when you hold one or both of your hands underneath the dispenser's spout, its motion sensor will almost immediately dispense an ideal portion of foaming soap or sanitizer. While this dispenser may be most commonly used in a home kitchen or bathroom, it may come in handy at your workplace, too.
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To get started with this device, twist off the solid white piece that serves as a lid in order to detach it from the transparent container below. The container is the part that will hold the sanitizing solution of your choice.
Next, fill the transparent container with hand soap, dish soap, facial soap, or hand sanitizer, until it's about 25 percent full.
Once you've got some soap or sanitizer in your container, fill it up the rest of the way with tap water. You won't need to stir up the mixture of soap and water, once both ingredients are in there, as they'll blend together on their own.
When your container has been fully filled with soap and water, it'll be time to reattach the white lid you twisted off before. Following that, your device will be ready for use.
Finally, you'll need to hold one or both hands under the spout of your device so it can sense your presence and spit out a foamy mixture of soap and water. If you want a double portion of soap, you can also tap the button on the top of the dispenser in order to get a portion that's larger. Regardless of the portion you choose, remember to wash your hands for at least 20 seconds, so you can eliminate as many germs from your skin as possible.
To get soap or sanitizer out of your Sonic Foam dispenser, you'll never have to squeeze it or even touch it. People often pass germs around a household or workplace due to touching a soap dispenser, bar, or bottle with their fingers, but that won't be happening if you use this dispenser. Therefore, the chances of anyone getting sick will be dramatically reduced.
Each Sonic Foam dispenser is about the same size as a water bottle that you'd use for sports, so each one won't take up much room on a bathroom or kitchen counter. If you work in an office, you may even want to add one to the corner of your own desk and fill it with hand sanitizer. Whenever the dispenser needs to be moved, most users will likely find it to be almost as light as a feather.
True to its name, this dispenser will dispense foaming soap instead of just soap alone. To get the foam, you'll always need to add water to a portion of ordinary soap. Since your transparent filling tank will always be about 25 percent full of soap and 75 percent full of water, any bottle of soap you obtain should last you about four times longer than usual.
While only certain types of soap will work in some soap dispensers, you can add virtually any type of soap you choose (as long as it's not solid) to this one. If you have a complicated skin routine, you can fill one of these dispensers with medicated facial soap, and you'll even be able to use one to dispense your shampoo. Just keep in mind that if you want to fill a certain dispenser with a different type of soap than usual, it's best to rinse the dispenser with water before you add the new type.
Kids often complain about washing their hands, but they may find the task to be more enjoyable when they get to use a Sonic Foam dispenser. Aside from finding the motion sensor cool and unique, they'll likely be pleased that they won't have to take the time to lather with a soap bar, squeeze a bottle or push on a dispenser. Some adults who are extra-busy may also be happy about skipping this part of the standard hand-washing process.
You'll likely be able to cut back on the amount of soap you pick up at the store after you start using a Sonic Foam device, but you'll probably use more water. If your household is trying to cut back on water usage, you may be disappointed that you have to add water to this dispenser each time you refill it. However, you can minimize the cost to yourself a bit by using cold water instead of warm water to fill it.
The motion sensor that's built into each dispenser is beneficial since it relieves users of the responsibility of touching the device, but it could also get activated by accident. If you tend to move your hands around a lot while you're in your bathroom or kitchen, you'll need to be careful around this type of dispenser. Otherwise, it may sense your motion and begin dispensing foam when you don't need it.
Although no one will have to touch this soap dispenser while they're using it for hand-washing, someone will have to touch it at some point when it needs to be filled. If this responsibility falls to you, you should make sure you wash your hands with soap and water before filling it, and then do so again after. With that, the next person who fills it won't end up coming in contact with a lot of germs from your skin, and you won't pick up a lot of germs from the previous filler.
Some people may forget, but if you can remember, it's a good idea to fill this dispenser when you notice that its clear container is about 75 percent empty. If you let it get any emptier than that, it may stop dispensing soap as freely as it normally does, regardless of the motion sensor's performance level.
Besides dispensing soap from this device onto one or both of your hands, you'll also be able to dispense it onto one or both of your feet. To do so, place the dispenser on a flat surface in front of you and hold each dirty foot, one by one, in front of it. Once each foot that needs to be washed is covered in foaming soap, rub it in as you would when washing your hands. This option may come in handy if multiple people in your household need to wash their feet after spending time outdoors.
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