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- November 4, 2007 at 5:53 pm #243312
About 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
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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- September 9, 2008 at 2:06 am #398328
Just to clarify, is this calling for liquid bathroom soap or liquid dish soap?
- July 10, 2014 at 10:46 pm #455867
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
- July 15, 2014 at 12:24 am #456104
Thank you for the link to the soap supply store. I had not heard of this one!
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