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Dial Antibacterial Hand Soap For Lazy Handwashers

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By aura on
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A few months ago, I picked up two 7.5 fluid ounce bottles of Dial Antibacterial hand soap in one of my local Kroger stores. They had a bin with them on sale for 99 cents, so I decided to get a couple with plans to make them part of a bath and beauty kit to sell on eBay. Ultimately, I decided to keep them for myself.

You can get Dial antibacterial hand soap in different scents. I got the Mountain Fresh and Tropical Escape scents. I like that I don't have to pick up a bar of dirty soap to get my hands clean (and I think not having that dirty soap sitting next to the faucet just makes my bathroom look a little cleaner). All I have to do is press down on the applicator, so there's less chance of me getting even more germs to have to clean off than if I had to grab a whole bar of previously used soap.

I also like that I don't have to scrub for a long time to wash my hands effectively with this. I'm one of those lazy people who doesn't want to take the 30 seconds to wash with a bar of soap. With Dial antibacterial hand soap, your washing time is cut down in half. All you do is lather, scrub vigorously for 15 seconds, rinse, and dry.

So if you like scenty soap, are a lazy handwasher, or are a clean(er) bathroom freak, you might want to try one of Dial's handy antibacterial hand soaps.