disclosure: I got product to try from Lysol. I’m telling you about it because it’s cool. Not because I have to.
I just got back from a trip to NYC. DROVE ALL THE WAY GOD LOVE ME and hit almost every rest stop on the Jersey Turnpike.
Traffic was horrible. It’s tree cutting down season.
So you end up stopping to P a lot. But you know several inventions make public restrooming not the “spray me down with disinfectant and hurry” experience they used to be.
We’re talking automatic soap, water and towel dispensers.
Wave the Vanna Hands and you have exactly what you need.
Now if you could only have that at home. Home is not icky and gross (well mine isn’t) and bringing the clean has never been cooler.
Here is Lysol’s No Touch Hand Soap System
See what I mean? Look on the box. You wave hands and “splat” you have just the right amt of soap.
That’s the good part.
Now don’t forget to tell the family WHAT it is. I did and Maggie thought it was hand sanitizer (looks a little like it) so she had to figure out why the stuff getting soapy and goopy.
She’s smart…thank goodness.
You also need a crowbar and a jack hammer (my bare teeth did not work on this much to my surprise) to get the product out of the package. It’s SEALED so that no one will steal it I guess. Because the black market for soap dispensers is off the chart.
Everybody wants to be clean.
It’s worth it to have your kitchen rival even the best public restroom on the Turnpike.
I’ll buy it again. I’m keeping the jackhammer handy.