As the world gets more and more modern by the day, hygiene habits are also moving forward in a positive way. Such a change can be seen greatly in simple things like the transition from using hand soaps to soap dispensers. It may seem trivial but once you make the switch, you will notice the various benefits of using a soap dispenser.
Bar soaps placed on the sink tend to sit it the soap dish with water for too long. Apart from getting slimy and not looking good, sharing that same bar soap with others isn’t hygienic at all. That’s not the case with liquid soap as these are placed in a soap dispenser holder which can be, for instance, mounted on the wall. The dispenser keeps the soap product clean and protected and that way it’s preventing germs and bacteria from spreading on the product itself due to air and moisture exposure or due to it being touched by different people all the time.
Another great benefit of having a soap dispenser is that it proves to be an economical option. The amount of soap that comes out can be controlled – you can get enough liquid just by pressing once. This makes it a cost-effective option as you don’t accidentally end up with an excessive amount of soap. A large capacity dispenser means low maintenance and you can go weeks without having to refill the dispenser, whereas a bar of soap wouldn’t last long.
Apart from being hygienic and economical, if you have a knack for design and aesthetics, you may also find the dispensers to be much more presentable and appealing than regular soap bars. Adding a soap dispenser holder can make the space look nicer by keeping it neat and organised. Also, they come in different shapes, colours and sizes meaning you can choose whatever completes your bathroom. Placing a triple soap dispenser holder for instance, can fit bottles with different types of liquids like soaps suitable for different types of skin and a hand cream. That way you can save valuable shelf or basin space and clear the clutter.
Finally, keep in mind to properly maintain the dispenser and the holder since just like any other product in the bathroom, it’s also exposed to humidity. Usually a simple regular wipe down with a cloth can remove dirt, grime and other build-up.