The other day my friend, Megan, was over and she saw that the foaming soap dispenser in my bathroom was almost empty.
Side note: I love foaming soap. I like how it washes off your hands quicker and easier, and won't ever go back to the liquid soap. That's just my opinion.
So back to the story. Megan says to me, "you know the secret about foaming soap, right?" I was thinking, "yeah, that it's awesome?" But I shook my head. And she says, "You can make your own. It's cheap and so easy." (Am I the only one who didn't know about this?)
As long as you already have the foaming soap dispenser bottle, you can make your own! It is a great way to reduce and reuse. Here's how you do it.
1. Buy yourself one small bottle of liquid hand soap (the thick stuff)
2. Fill your foaming soap bottle 1/4 with the hand soap
3. Fill the rest of the way with water
4. Shake it up.
This really does work. I'll be able to fill up that foaming soap bottle 2 more times with that 99 cent bottle of liquid hand soap. Thanks for sharing the "secret", Megan.