Here’s your first scenario. You knock over the bottles of soap on the kitchen counter trying to put a dish in the sink to wash. Now you’re annoyed with the need for different soaps on the kitchen counter? You need one for hand washing, one for dishes, one for cleaning up counters… It gets cluttered! It’s either cluttered, or you have to un-lock your cabinets (for those of us using child-locks) and get something out to clean up a mess… adding time onto a job that should have been quick and easy! Obviously you don’t have the new Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System. I didn’t realize how annoying these things were until I had the chance to test out this product. I know it’s “just soap,” but this “just soap” has helped organize and sanitize my kitchen counter. This one soap works for sanitizing your hands, cutting grease and cleaning your dishes, AND cleaning and sanitizing your counter tops! It doesn’t leave your dishes slimy, your counters filmy, or your hands dry! Top that with the great scents that Lysol offers (Sparkling Tangerine, Shimmering Berry) and you’ve got a wonderful product!
How about when you’re cooking, have some type of contaminated something on your hands, and then you have to answer the phone, go to the door, or pick up your little one. That can possibly present 2 problems. 1 you have to touch the hand soap dispenser getting it gross and/or you go to use the built in hand soap dispenser and it’s empty (GRRRR!). Once again, new Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System to the rescue! The whole “no-touch” thing is SO useful. I’d seen it on hand soap dispensers at other people’s houses, but didn’t really realize how important it was. If you’re soap itself is actually covered in germs and yuckiness, it doesn’t really do any good. Well the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System keeps that problem out of your kitchen.
Thanks, Lysol for giving me the chance to try out your new No-Touch Kitchen System. It’s helping me, my family, and my kitchen stay cleaner!
We received samples on behalf of Lysol.
Ashley has a background in teaching Kindergarten and working with children K through 8th grade. She is now a SAHM and active with our local MOMS Club chapter. She writes her own blog at Momicles.