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Foam soap refills

Hi, has anyone see foam soap liquid refill? I can only find small foam soap bottles from bath and bodyworks but I would like to buy a big tub of foam soap to refill the small bottles.
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Where is your closest grocery store? Or to be precise, are you going to buy the liquid soap refill at a grocery store or at specialist such as Bath & Body Works.
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you can use any liquid soap. It's the B&BW pump that makes it foamy.
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Swerny wrote: you can use any liquid soap. It's the B&BW pump that makes it foamy.
OP buys a foam soap pump at Winners for $7.99.
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magoot wrote: Recently bought some Method Foaming Hand Wash Refill, 828-mL @ CT.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/househol ... ;q2=Method
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Like others above have said, just buy bulk size liquid soap and make your own. It's a 4:1 water:liquid soap ratio. Reuse the foam pump bottle.
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Swerny wrote: you can use any liquid soap. It's the B&BW pump that makes it foamy.
Mulder and Scully wrote: Like others above have said, just buy bulk size liquid soap and make your own. It's a 4:1 water:liquid soap ratio. Reuse the foam pump bottle.
If you're doing this, make sure you thoroughly clean your soap dispenser between refills (though I suppose you should be doing this anyway).

Diluting soap will decrease the anti-microbial properties of the liquid, which will more readily allow for colonization of bacteria inside the actual bottle. Diluting it less will help, though usually there comes a point where it starts to clog the foam dispenser pretty good.
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