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Method hand soap refill (6 pack) $25

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Dollarama has Method Hand Soap Refill at $4 each, it's a buck cheaper, and no need to buy 6 in once
only see green apple scent available though
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t_mo_t wrote: Sonuvagun! My life has been a lie!! Why the heck did i buy foaming hand wash then!! Lol omg... Ok imma try this
While this might work a bit, I believe the pump itself is different for the foaming ones.
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razrsharp wrote:
Just dilute this with water until you get the same consistency.
t_mo_t wrote: Sonuvagun! My life has been a lie!! Why the heck did i buy foaming hand wash then!! Lol omg... Ok imma try this
Usually it's a 4-to-1 ratio, so recycling a fancy BBW soap pump, I would mix 200ml water with 50ml soap (usually I go a little more than 50ml)

Slowly stir the water/soap mixture until well blended trying not to create too many bubbles or foam, then pour into your "foaming pump" of choice!

Recently, I've been doing this with Lemon scented Dawn, so it's a multipurpose hand or quick rinse soap for when there's something not really dirty that I don't want to throw in the dishwasher.
orbitdesign wrote: While this might work a bit, I believe the pump itself is different for the foaming ones.
That is correct.
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MrMello wrote: Not sure what you mean, but I think I'm scared to ask. LOL
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All kidding aside, I think this is better than what Bath and Body works soap sells which leaves your hands dry.
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Anyone remember the price and size of the Costco softsoap liquid soap refills when they're on sale? I think it's around $10-11 for 2x1.8L (which works out to around $3/l if my prices/sizes are correct).
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IDStorms wrote: Usually it's a 4-to-1 ratio, so recycling a fancy BBW soap pump, I would mix 200ml water with 50ml soap (usually I go a little more than 50ml)

Slowly stir the water/soap mixture until well blended trying not to create too many bubbles or foam, then pour into your "foaming pump" of choice!

Recently, I've been doing this with Lemon scented Dawn, so it's a multipurpose hand or quick rinse soap for when there's something not really dirty that I don't want to throw in the dishwasher.


That is correct.
This needs to be pinned as a life hack
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t_mo_t wrote: Sonuvagun! My life has been a lie!! Why the heck did i buy foaming hand wash then!! Lol omg... Ok imma try this

Cause it's fairly time consuming to slowly blend the soap/water without getting too many bubbles - what IDstorms wrote. Still if you are a true RFDer, you just got 4x the amount of soap you were paying for before.
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IDStorms wrote: Usually it's a 4-to-1 ratio, so recycling a fancy BBW soap pump, I would mix 200ml water with 50ml soap (usually I go a little more than 50ml)

Slowly stir the water/soap mixture until well blended trying not to create too many bubbles or foam, then pour into your "foaming pump" of choice!
I use 2:1 for most soaps, makes for a nicer foam imho.

I fill a foaming pump slightly less than half way with soap, top it up with tap water (leaving room for the foaming mechanism, which is quite big), screw the pump back in and give it a good shake. Useable right away, no additional container required.
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Which is the better favor grapefruit or green tea?
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MrMello wrote: Wife is a big fan of Bath and Body Work. Is it as good as BBW?
It depends on what you're looking for. Neither one is actually soap; they're detergents, based on surfactants. Both will dry and irritate your skin to some extent.
According to a site that studies and rated ingredients, B&BW is worse than Method. But then, method is mostly SLS and CAPB, both of which tend to make rashes last longer if you have a bit of eczema or similar skin issue:
sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS): "A detergent used in cosmetics, is a skin, eye and respiratory tract irritant and toxic to aquatic organisms."
cocamidopropyl betaine (CAPB): "If your skin is sensitive to products that contain CAPB, you may notice tightness, redness, or itchiness after you use the product. This kind of reaction is known as contact dermatitis. If the dermatitis is severe, you may have blisters or sores where the product came into contact with your skin." (Soap products don't contain enough to be that severe, so usually all it does is make skin drier and rashes worse.)
Method example: https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/products/8 ... _Waterfall_/
B&BB example: https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/products/8 ... y_Blossom/

If you or someone in your household does have a skin issue and sometimes uses a prescription cream for it, you'll probably find that switching to real soap (like Dr. Bronners, Mountain Sky, etc. - look for "real liquid hand soap" or "castile soap") will cause less irritation and dryness and less prescription cream usage. A bit of skin cream like Aveeno might be all you usually need.
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redkulat wrote: How does this compare to Live Clean?
Depending on which one, Live Clean is slightly better or slightly worse, from a skin-irritating chemical point of view, anyway:
https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/products/9 ... lly_Berry/
https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/products/9 ... Hand_Soap/

(And see my notes in posts #34)
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MrMello wrote: Wife is a big fan of Bath and Body Work. Is it as good as BBW?
My wife hates the Grapefruit smell, bought it when it was on sale last time. Started using it only this week and she has been cursing me whenever she uses it. Lol..
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razrsharp wrote:
Just dilute this with water until you get the same consistency.
I mixed 1 part soap gel and 3 part water in a foam dispenser and it was perfect for us.
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redondo2017 wrote: What's the difference between dial and method?
Your wallet. Get the cheapest hand soap you can buy, use the savings for hand moisturizer.

The only bottled cleaner you should worry about is what goes on your hair and face.
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cho1104 wrote: Which is the better favor grapefruit or green tea?
There’s no best flavour because it’s based purely on preferences
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