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ID:	11123About 2 months or so ago I asked if anyone knew how to make the
    refills for the foam pump soaps. I got a slew of replys but didn't
    have the time to do anything about them until a few days ago becasue
    we moved. So I am very pleased to say that I have foam soap in my
    dispenser again and it works like a charm!

    This is what I did. I had bought those foam blaster soap dispensers
    for the kids bathrooms in hopes of less mess when they wash their
    hands. BUt they are super expensive and I couldn't find a refill for
    them. I mixed about 1/4 liquid soap and filled the rest of the 7.5
    ounce soap container with water. Shake to mix and then pump the
    soap. It gives a rich foam lather that feels much better than the
    original stuff that came with the pumps. And the original stuff it
    red so it would make a big mess on the sink that you know the kids
    didn't rinse out! THis stuff is great and I want to thank everyone
    that sent in the recipies for the MYO foam soap!


    Thanks again, Maya in San Diego


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    I have a foam soap pump and, although it probably differs from yours,
    we can make ours as little as 1 part soap to 10 parts water.
    Erin

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    I use bubble bath for soap--but it takes more soap. I thought I was saving (and
    probably still am) but I have to do 1/3 to 1/4 bottle of bubble bath adn fill
    the rest with water because bubble bath is more diluted.

    But I buy a quart of it or so at Big Lots or Dollar General for $1, so maybe
    it's still cheaper than liquid soap.

    I got mine from http://www.brambleberry.com (a soap supply store) for a LOT less than
    Pampered Chef, maybe $2 or $3 each--they're not as "pretty" but I've got them
    all through the house and LOVE them! They are sold with the containers on that
    site--if anyone needs a direct link I can look it up.

    Betsy

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    I really enjoy our pumpers but after a while I have had difficulty with them
    partially ceasing up. Is there something I can do to remedy this or a
    preventative measure to try ?

    Lisa B.

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    Just to clarify, is this calling for liquid bathroom soap or liquid dish soap?

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    Default Re: Foam Soap Refills

    I put 1/8 bath gel in and the rest water and shook it up. It was to soapy so I added more water as I used it. I also wash the pump in hot water to clean out dried soap

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    Thank you for the link to the soap supply store. I had not heard of this one!

 

 

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