Decorate Your Lysol Hand Soap Dispenser Contest

Lysol No Touch Dispenser Decorating

A few years back we discovered Lysol No Touch Soap Dispensers and I fell in love. Actually, I think our first one was a sample we got at Walmart. I remember thinking it was sort of a useless idea. Until I tried it. Now it is a kitchen staple! There are many varieties of soap you can get for them and my favorite is Vanilla and Brown Sugar! The soap actually lasts a long time, as do the batteries. And trust me, once you have tried this ‘no touch thing’ – you won’t want to go back!

Since I was already a HUGE fan of Lysol’s No Touch Dispenser, I was delighted to be able to participate in spreading the news about Lysol’s Decorate Your Hand Soap Dispenser Contest.

Lysol No Touch Dispenser Clean Up

Simply head over to their Facebook Page and like it. There you will find the information about how to decorate your dispenser, including all the rules. Note that you can not decorate it with anything that is trademarked so be careful about what stickers you add if that’s the route you go. Starting on March 19th they will be choosing one dispenser for each of the 21 days. There are 21 Mini Tablets to be won ($329 value!).

On their Facebook page you will also find a coupon so if you don’t own a dispenser to decorate, you can save a little on your purchase. There is no purchase required to enter the contest so Lysol also offers a PDF paper copy for you to download and decorate so you can enter the contest that way too. I think that is pretty neat!

Lysol No Touch Dispenser with Flowers

Since it is spring around these parts, we made ours a pocketful of posies. We used green paint for the body, glue, construction paper flowers and pipe cleaners for the stems. When we painted it, we put some tape over top of the sensor area so it would still be fully functioning when we were finished. If only I had thought through our paint selection a little better. Chloe (6) and John (4) always paint with a washable paint so I dug it out and away we went. It was only afterwards that I realized if we plan to wash our hands with soap and water, we’re going to have an issue with paint washing off due to water splatter. Ah well, lesson learned.


So what are you waiting for? Head over to Lysol’s Facebook Page and snag your coupon and go get your dispenser {or print out the PDF) then get decorating!

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  • “Disclosure – I am participating in the Kid Who Touches Everything blog tour by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Lysol. I received compensation as a thank you for participating and for sharing my honest opinion. The opinions on this blog are my own.”