How to hack your kitchen sink soap dispenser
Would you like to know how to hack your kitchen sink soap dispenser to make it more convenient to fill? I have an easy solution that most homeowners wish they did a long time ago. Counter-mounted soap dispensers are an attractive way to keep hand and dish soap conveniently close to the sink. The pump portion of the dispenser is available in many styles and finishes that coordinate with whatever kitchen faucet you currently have. My style choice has clean, modern lines but blends easily with my kitchen decor.
Are you tired of re-filling your kitchen sink soap dispenser?
A built-in soap container comes with a TINY container . You can almost refill it weekly. When I refill my built-in kitchen soap dispenser, I can either fill it from the top or fill it from the bottom of the sink. When I fill it from the top, I make a mess because the stream of soap is difficult to keep centered on the hole. The soap finds its way all over the counter and I have a mess to clean. If I try to use a funnel, I can’t see the level of the soap. The soap overflows the container and spills out all over. If I try to fill it from underneath the sink, I have to pull everything out of the sink cabinet, crawl in and wedge my hand into the tiny space allotted for the container. No choice is ideal – until now!
How to hack it for endless supply of soap!
You need a large container of hand or dish soap and about $3.00 worth of materials (this links to a 50 foot tube). Best yet, there are no special tools required. This entire project takes only fifteen minutes to complete. You are a short time away from making your life a little easier.