Liquid soap dispenser for kitchen sink – makes easy cleaning – My Inspired Media

Soap Dispenser

Liquid soap dispenser for kitchen sink – makes easy cleaning – My Inspired Media.

Liquid soap
dispenser for kitchen sink

Have you ever
wished you didn’t go through so much dish soap, especially if you
don’t have a dishwasher?  Well, here’s a liquid
soap dispenser for kitchen sink
 that is slightly
different.  You make it yourself.  One of the major
problems with dish soap is a good percentage of it goes down the
drain.  You squirt in a tablespoon or more into a sink, fill
it with hot water, wash a couple of dishes, and then release that
water and the soap into the drain.  In a short time you are
buying another bottle of dish soap.

Liquid soap dispenser for kitchen
sink

The next time
you are at the store buy a plastic spray bottle so you can make a liquid soap
dispenser
 for
kitchen sink.  The key to this is adding about a half inch of
your liquid dish soap to the bottle then simply fill it with warm
water.  Note:  When filling the liquid soap dispenser
for kitchen sink — tilt the bottle to the side as the warm water
goes in (dribbling in) so you don’t get ten million soap bubbles.
 Now you have basically a sink full of soapy water in a
bottle.  It is especially useful when you need to quickly
clean up a skillet, pan, or dish.  The holidays can leave a
collection of dirty cooking dishes, but now you can clean as you
go by simply spraying the dish with the soap water, then use a
Teflon pad and hot water to wash it up and put it away.  So
head for the store and get a plastic spray bottle so you can make
a liquid soap
dispenser for kitchen sink
.

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website at:  http://www.billconnely.com/


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