It’s summer; thank goodness for the Lysol® No-Touch Hand Soap Dispenser
Bathing and hand washing go into overdrive in our house during the warmer months. Kids just seem to be dirtier when it’s hot out…there’s more dirt, sweat, insects etc. It’s at this time of year that I am particularly thankful for the Lysol® No-Touch Hand Soap dispensers we have in our home.
Since putting the dispensers by our bathroom and kitchen sink, we have not had to argue with Little S about washing her hands…the exciting sensor and touch-less system are incentive enough and the novelty hasn’t worn off!
SSSSERIOUSLY UNSSSSSANITARY FUN!
It’s events like this past weekend that make me realize how grateful I am for the innovativeness of the Lysol products. Check out these photos…
I have no idea what kinds of germs snakes carry, but I wasn’t about to find out…after all the petting fun, it was straight to the bathroom for a thorough wash. Thanks to the Lysol dispensers, hand washing has become a fun and welcomed activity. It has even become a habit! During our hand washing routine, we take the opportunity to share with Little S all the good reasons to wash our hands regularly.
TIP: Kids should wash their hands for at least 20 seconds for an efficient wash. In order to ensure Little S washes long enough, we implemented a fun activity to help her time it. Each time she washes, we sing the ABC’s (including the ‘now I know my ABC’s…part) from start to finish. When the song is over, she knows she can rinse.
WIN A LYSOL NO-TOUCH HAND SOAP DISPENSER
Is your child one who touches everything? I’m assuming yes, because what child isn’t…so you’ll love to learn that Lysol Canada is giving away 12,500Lysol® No-Touch Hand Soap dispensers. Visit the Lysol Canada Facebook page to enter!
What kinds of things do your children get into? Why would you love to have a Lysol No-Touch dispenser in your home?
Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol® Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.