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Refill a Soap Bottle with a Chopstick

Pouring liquid soap into a pump dispenser to refill it is often messy, and it's hard to get those last drops of soap sticking to the bottom of the bottle. America's Test Kitchen suggests a neat solution: use a chopstick to make the soap flow down more easily.
Sari Rosen Kerner
Sari Rosen Kerner • 1 year ago

Refill a Soap Bottle with a Chopstick!

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