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    • Anna Sargent

      To keep kids from squirting too much soap tie a rubber band (or hair tie) around the top so when they push the dispenser down, it only goes halfway. This saves so much soap!

    • Krissy Cassai Kamin

      To keep kids from squirting too much soap tie a rubber band around the top so when they push the dispenser down, it only goes halfway. Need this for the hand sanitizer at school!

    • Louise stiti

      Use soap efficiently - - #DIY #tips #life #hack #hacking #lifehacking #clever #smart #idea #ideas #best #howtodo #howto #how #doityourself

    • ClassiclyAmber

      A rubberband keeps the kids from pumping too much soap

    • Tami Lee

      prevent children wasting soap by putting a rubber band around it. #organizing #tips Loving this tip!

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