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I have girls. Enough said. They like the bling. They like crafting. They like to drive me bonkers. Wait, did I say that out loud?
Lysol No Touch Hand soap, the soap dispenser built for the kid who touches everything, is also made for my girls who like to bling up everything. If your kids are like mine at all, or even if they just want to craft, go pick up the Lysol Hand Soap dispenser and take photos of it all fancied up. You could win a mini iPad right now.
For a limited time, visit the Lysol Canada Facebook
page and follow the instructions. There are a few small limitations, so feel free to craft and decorate it however you see fit. Don’t cover up the sensor or it won’t work. Don’t cover it with Nickleodeon characters or Disney stickers or characters in general. Then take a photo of your child’s creation, upload it and enter your contact information. Good luck! I see a whole lot of clever Playdough artistry on the site.
This dispenser is a bit of a novelty in my main bathroom right now. My daughters aren’t arguing about washing their hands and the gentle Aloe scent of the soap itself is refreshing. Even Ainsley loves it. How much do I love the hands free dispenser? Well, let’s just say if it cuts down on germs, I am thankful. I liked the stainless steel look, even without the bling and the motion sensor has me thinking: what else could I use in my home that was motion sensor activated? Faucets. Yes, please, every single one would be lovely. Toilets, well maybe. My door, my TV, my closet. Oh, and all my lights. Yes, please. The more hands free, germ free, motion activated stuff that makes me happy, the better as far as I am concerned.
We crafted our dispenser with sparkly girly stick on gems from the nearby Dollar store. Easy, simple, inexpensive and fun. I knew my youngest would go nuts with the bling. Too bad she can’t win because we wrote about it. I think she had a strong chance. What do you think? What would you use to decorate your Lysol Hands Free soap dispenser?
Disclosure: I am participating in the Kid Who Touches Everything Blog Tour by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Lysol. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.