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Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System Review and Giveaway

I first got to check out the Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System at my sisters house when she bought one a few months ago. I honestly thought that they were pretty awesome and wanted some for my house. So recently I got to try one out in my home and got the new Stainless Look.

Pretty awesome looking and it matches my stove and microwave. I can honestly say that I really like using it best when I am cooking and especially dealing with meat so that i don’t have my hands all over everything before I get the soap on my hands.

Health experts recommend regular hand washing to help stop the spread of germs. However, many families do not suspect that the very germs they are washing away may be found on their soap pumps. To help families stay healthy, LYSOL offers the LYSOL No-Touch(TM) Hand Soap System. LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap System recently won the 2011 Product of the Year award in the Personal Hygiene Category*. Voted by over 60,000 consumers, the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap System automatically senses your hands and dispenses the perfect amount of soap to help kill 99.9% of bacteria. Furthermore, the soap is enriched with moisturizing ingredients. In addition to classic white, the No-Touch hand soap system is also available in a stainless steel look that not only makes hand washing easy and fun, it helps consumers avoid the germy soap pump, and also blends with any kitchen or bathroom décor. With the LYSOL No-Touch Hand Soap system, healthy hands are automatic all over your home. So when it comes to helping prevent the spread of germs, Lysol has you covered.

Enter To Win: Thanks to the generosity of Lysol, one of my US readers will win a Lysol No-Touch Hand Soap System.

Mandatory Entry: Like Lysol on facebook and leave a comment and share an interesting hand-washing fact or bit of info. (Due to low entries the mandatory entry is a comment on the post below.)

Extra Entries: Mandatory entry must be completed before extra entries will count.  Please leave a comment for each extra entry you perform.

  • Join the Lysol community-2 entries
  • Subscribe to my blog via RSS or Email(2 entries)
  • Follow @sharonrose on twitter and RT this giveaway(Use the RT button up above) Tweeting Daily is allowed.
  • Rules: Contest is open to residents in the US only. Contest will close at 11:59 PM CST on April 14, 2011. Winner will be emailed and will have 48 hours to confirm. If no confirmation in that time frame a new winner will be chosen.

    Disclaimer: Opinions are 100% my own I was sent the above mentioned item to help facilitate my review, no other form of compensation was received. Thank you to Lysol for this review and giveaway opportunity.

     

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    About Sharon

    Sharon is a mom, blogger and wannabe author. Who soon plans to go back to college to finish her degree in the event her aspiring ninja slayer/Youtube star/writing careers do not work out. This is my place to talk about my life family and anything else I think of.


    Comments

    1. Tried to subscribe to your newsletter but it said the feed wasn’t taking subscriptions. Does it still count that I tired? ha!

    2. I also followed on Twitter and retweeted the contest tweet!

    3. Left a Facebook comment and Liked Lysol. All done! Great contest for a germaphobe like me.

    4. like on facebook

    5. I like lysol on facebok
      Amy K

    6. i don’t know if i have tips but i do really wonder, why is my 3 year old obsessed with washing his hands anytime he hears water but the older boys act like i asked them to cut off a limb when i ask them to wash lol

    7. I liked them on Facebook. I don’t really have a tip other than PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS AFTER USING THE BATHROOM especially public restrooms. There are so many times that I see people walk out without washing. GROSS!

    8. Lesley M. says:

      One strategy we use in our house is to change hand towels frequently. Kids don’t always wash their hands as thoroughly as they should, so I change hand towels several times a day (I have a pile of inexpensive ones in the kid’s bathroom).

    9. Lesley M. says:

      I joined the Lysol community and forgot to say I follow Lysol on Facebook.

    10. These things a great for when you are cooking in the kitchen!!!

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