What’s not to love about a no touch foam soap dispenser? Nobody wants to touch anything these days and most everyone prefers them over the old liquid type that tends to be too thick, pretty much forcing you to rinse hands for 5 minutes to get the soap off. These are the two top reasons the no touch foam dispenser has become a very popular item, especially in the bathroom.
The only drawback, when it comes to any touchless soap dispenser, is that the batteries will die, at some point, and you won’t be able to get any soap at all. The best way to not get frustrated about this is to keep new batteries close by, which is what I do. However, you can’t do this in a public restroom, so it might be a good idea to have a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you just in case.
Of course, there will be those times when a touch free soap dispenser will act like it doesn’t see your hands and when it does this you will probably start to move hands about frantically trying to make it work. When this happens in public you will most likely look around to see if anyone is watching, because it makes you feel silly and I know this how? I’ll give you one guess.
However, if you take your time when shopping for a no touch foam dispenser and read a few reviews this is may not happen at all or if it does not very often. The more you know about a product before you buy it the better. One of the best things about shopping online is that you can find information on just about anything in a matter of minutes, which is much easier than going in and out of stores.
My favorite place to compare prices and read reviews online is Amazon, so before I bought a foam touchless soap dispenser that’s where I went just to see what they had and this is what I found.
The Go-Jo Ind 2740-12 Gojo TFX Dispenser for $2 and I am not kidding. Not sure if it’s still $2, but I went ahead and bought 3 of them. There were 2 reviews on the Gojo at the time with a 5 star rating, so it was all positive no reason to not go for it.
There was also the Signatry Soap Dispenser, Foam Touch Free for $13, there were no reviews, but it did have a nicer looking design than the Gojo. Technical Concepts had a no touch foam soap dispenser that was very similar to the Signatry for $13 as well.
Lastly, you can opt for a commercial type no touch foam soap dispenser if you want one that’s larger and made to last. They’re priced in the $35 to $60 range, which isn’t all that bad for a quality soap dispenser.