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I have started using Dr. Bronner's Castille Soap in my foaming soap dispenser in one of my bathrooms. I now want to replace all my soap dispensers with this...so I need more dispensers. Someone recommended Ebay to buy the dispensers and the best deal is for 10. Although, I do not need ten. I was wondering if one or two people would want to split the order with me? It is about $22 for 10. I could place the order and we could do the exchange at a monthly meeting or night out. I have included the link below. Let me know if anyone is interested.



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I have two huge bottles of the Dr. Bronner's that I use and I didn't know it would work in a foaming soap dispenser! Cool! I would love to go in with you. The most I would want is 4 or 5. Not sure how many you need....
Is there a benefit to a foaming dispencer?
I buy the big bottles of Dr. Bronner's Castille Soap and you can use it for many things. I like to use it in the foaming dispensers in my bathrooms and kitchen. You only need a little soap in the dispenser then fill it up with water. I usually do about 1/4 to 1/3 with soap and the rest with water. It smells great and the kids like the foam. It is inexpensive because you only need a little soap and you don't have to worry about what other chemicals are in the hand soap. Just castille soap and water.

I would love a couple of those.
How many oz does it hold?
Cool I love to dilute it b/c the kid just squirt a bunch on and then rinse it before it lathers....
I hate wasting!
I found 2 different bottles I am looking at one holds 6.75 oz. and the other 7.5 oz.
Oh good
the picture made it look tiny!

I would go in on 2!
Just let me know.
Hi Karen, Jessica and Kara,

I sent an email to find out what type of plastic the dispensers are made of. I found another place with similar dispensers made of HDPE. I will let you know when I get a response and we can decide which bottles we would like to purchase.

Joette - I would love this - we go through so much hand soap here. We'd like 4.
Sounds great Joette! This is a very good idea.
I will add you on!

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