Nov 142011
 

We were sent the Dettol No Touch Hand Wash to review, and having a builder in the house, we were not going to say no to having this product in the house.

You don’t have to touch this hand wash, that is the best thing about it! It automatically senses your hands and dispenses enough soap to wash them for you. It has a little button on the back of the dispenser so you can turn the sensor off if you are cleaning or doing something and you don’t want the dispenser to activate.

We have been using this dispenser for a while now, and love the fact that Mr L can come in with his filthy hands and walk straight to the sink and place his hands under the dispenser and have soap without having to touch anything or pass on any of his dirty germs. It is also a great gimmick that Baba loves, and means that he is encouraged to wash his hands as he can use the dispenser.

The dispenser has been commented on lots by friends and family who have been in the house, as they all think it is a fantastic idea.

The starter kit is really easy and full of everything that you need, you get a dispenser a refill and 4 x AA batteries so that you are ready to start using the dispenser as soon as you get home.

You can buy the dispenser from various outlets Sainsburys, Tesco, Asda and Ocado are just a few and for an average of £10 this is a great product to have in your house.

Disclosure:  I was provided with the Dettol No Touch Hand Wash to review and received no other compensation.  All of the opinions expressed in this post are my true own opinions and have not been influenced by the compensation I have received.

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  7 Responses to “Dettol No Touch Hand Wash A Review”

  1. I bought it cos I wanted something easy for the little one. I find it dispenses too much soap each time. Also she thought it was a brilliant toy (not their fault) and used half a carton in a couple of days. We have had to take it away now :(

    • Oh no we use the button on the back with Baba as he was a little fascinated with it, so if he is hovering he uses it the once and then the switch is turned at the back otherwise he would stand there all day long. Although I have never found that it dispenses too much soap, it always dispenses just the right amount with ours xx

  2. Initially I was impressed and bought more of them for around the house. After a few months, one started dispensing two or three shots of soap at a time. We returned it and got an apology and a refund, but in time the others developed the same fault, so I’ve gone back to conventional liquid soap dispensers.

  3. I had one that used 4 batteries and it suddenly went haywire continually dispensing soap at which point I smelt burning and found that the batteries were smouldering. I have another dispenser which only uses 3 batteries so wonder whether this was a well known fault and that’s why the number of batteries has been reduced.

  4. I bought my first unit 12 months ago and the starter pack batteries were fine but when these went flat and I changed them out it went crazy despensing soap at it’s will. I bought another one thinking my first one was faulty and the same thing has just happened. I’m not very impressed!

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