Lysol No Touch Hand Soap
The Lysol No Touch Hand Soap system offers a hygienic way to wash your hands. There is no need to touch the Lysol No Touch Hand Soap dispenser with contaminated fingers. This may help reduce the spread of bacteria. Simply place your hands underneath the nozzle and the dispenser will automatically provide just the right amount of soap. Refills for the Lysol No Touch Hand Soap system feature wonderfully refreshing fragrances.
Using the Lysol No Touch Hand Soap System
To set up your Lysol No Touch Hand Soap System, simply push the soap refill into the dispenser until it clicks. Batteries are included, so you can turn on the dispenser using the switch at the back. Wait until the red indicator light stops blinking, then wet your hands and place your hands under the nozzle to receive just the right amount of cleansing hand soap. If the batteries run out, you can replace them with ordinary AA batteries. You will also need to refill the soap from time to time, which simply involves removing the old soap refill container and clicking a new one into place.
Lysol No Touch Hand Soap Refills
Lysol antibacterial hand soap is formulated to kill harmful bacteria. It also contains moisturizing ingredients to help keep your skin soft and smooth. Choose Lysol No Touch Hand Soap with Aloe Vera for its moisturizing and soothing properties. You can also choose scented hand soap to experience a burst of freshness every time you wash your hands.
The Importance of Hand Washing
Washing your hands after using the bathroom and before preparing food can help to reduce the spread of bacteria around your home. The Lysol No Touch Hand Soap system makes the hand washing process even more hygienic, as you don't even have to touch the dispenser to access the soap inside. To get the most benefit from Lysol antibacterial hand soap, follow proper hand washing technique. First, wet your hands. Then place your hands under the dispenser to receive the soap. Rub the soapy lather over all parts of your hands, including your fingers, thumbs, palms and the backs of your hands. Finally, rinse your hands and then dry them thoroughly.