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Feed the tubing through the soap dispenser hole in the sink. Pump the soap dispenser repeatedly until the soap comes out. Either you have to remove the bottle, fill it with a larger bottle of soap. But then you can’t see when the bottle’s full, and it has a tendency to overflow onto the sink.Go out to a hardware store or a home center, and buy a length of flexible, clear tubing—this is about a quarter-inch diameter.
So just stick the fill tube from the pump onto the tubing—just wedge it on maybe a half-inch or so. Now what you can do is take it and just put it right into an economy size jug of liquid soap—put it right through the top, all the way down there. Now it might take a few minutes for the soap to come out, but with that giant jug down there, you’ll only have to refill this maybe once every couple of months. And now once the tube is filled with a couple of quick pumps the soap is coming right out. It comes with adapters to fit different sized tubes and a plug to insert into the top of the detergent bottle to hold the tube in place.In one of them, we had the problem of not enough pressure for the soap to get to the top. The hole was a little smaller than the tube, but by warming the head of a screwdriver on the stove, we were able to make it bigger and to the exact size.
We repeated it on the second sink, and voila!
I have tried siphoning the soap up to almost the top and quickly attached the pump, pumping about 100 times more and the soap just runs back down into the jug. The cabinet underneath my sink is filled to overflowing and it is a royal pain to take it all out to get to the bottle. Built-in soap dispensers mounted next to a kitchen or bathroom sink are great, but refilling the small pint size bottle can be a hassle. Push the tubing down over the soap dispenser tube 1/2″ or more. Run the tubing into a large container of liquid soap or dishwashing liquid. The problem is you have to refill them constantly because the bottle attached to the pump is only about a pint sized bottle. Or you have to remove the pump, and try pouring it down there. And now take the other end of the tubing, feed it down through the hole in the sink, put the pump back, and now reach under there and find the opposite end.
Even bought a shampoo bottle that some other site suggested but didn’t fit.
We were going to use duck tape with a hole to seal it, but by pure chance, there was another plastic bottle ready to be recycled which had a top exactly the size of the soap bottle, and a hole because it was used to pour.
You could do the same thing using duct tape or masking tape. After pumping more than 300 times, the soap only gets about 1/2 way up the tub. Have to pump several times, a while to get it to work again. It took a long board, 2 pillows and a lots of patience getting it screwed in.
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Not only does the sensor disperse the right amount of soap automatically, but a light stays on for 20 seconds (the length of time you should wash your hands with soap). It’s smaller size makes it perfect to fit almost anywhere and each.
The extra long spout lets you dispense the right amount of soap onto sponges or into a sink. The extended spout easily dispenses onto a sponge or directly into the sink. Simply pour your shampoo, conditioner, liquid soap or lotion into one of the 15 ounce chambers. Three openings on the toothbrush holder can accommodate tooth- or makeup brushes. Made of high quality marble, this collection adds a touch of elegance to any bath. Use the tumbler to hold cotton balls, swabs or other bath accessories. And the ultra-clear, heavy-weight acrylic always looks beautiful on display. The window on the base lets you know when it’s time to refill. An indicator light alerts you when soap level is low and its wide opening at top makes for fuss-free refilling. Just place your hand under the sensor and the right amount of soap is dispensed automatically – no muss, no fuss. An extra-wide opening makes refilling simple and spill-free.
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It features a large, non-slip button that’s easy to operate with one hand, even when wet. Perfect for use in the kitchen or bathroom, this pump features a non-slip top button that makes it easy to dispense liquid using one or two hands. Made of ceramic, this collection adds a touch of elegance to any bath. The toothbrush holder features over-sized openings to accommodate larger toothbrush handles. The pump dispenser holds liquid soap or lotion, while the soap dish features raised ridges that promote air circulation and the toothbrush holder keeps brushes upright and separated. Its siphon tube reaches all the way to the bottom to access every drop while an extended pump spout prevents dripping. Any chemicals that sit on the surface for an extended period may eventually corrode the rustproof finish. It’s perfect for dispensing liquid soap or lotion in a bathroom, on a vanity or in a kitchen. The automatic pump dispenses just the right amount of soap or hand sanitizer.
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