Goodness knows you don't need us to tell you how to wash your hands. But -- we can advise you how to hold on to your soap so that it lasts.
Start with a well-crafted and stylish soap dish like the wall-mounted brass-and-acrylic one from our Pacific Grove collection.
Soap Dishes - Back to the Basics!
We'll start out by saying our respect for the often-overlooked bar of soap has really grown since the start of, well you know. For one thing, it's easier to get bar soap than the liquid stuff these days.
Once you get your hands on Ivory, Olay, or whatever bar you choose, you'll notice it lasts a lot longer than the liquid stuff. Preserve its life even longer with one of our 41 soap dishes. Our products have a lot of impressive qualities:
- Made with bacteria-resistant brass*
- Available in wall-mounted and vanity top styles
- Select models come with cute, shatter-resistant glass dishes that sit securely inside them
- Available in 17 finishes; custom colors available*
- Include concealed mounting hardware
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Designed and assembled in the U.S.
- Free shipping
Here are a couple of our favorites from our Foxtrot and South Beach collections shown in polished nickel and brushed bronze finishes:
Antimicrobial and antiviral properties
You might remember from high school chemistry that brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. Copper has been found to destroy bacteria and viruses, including earlier versions of corona virus.
Our products can be cleaned with soap and water or with sanitizing cleaning wipes for the bathroom and kitchen.
Bar or Liquid Soap?
To be honest, we pretty much used liquid soap until recently. Most of the time bar soap was purchased as a specialty skincare item.
But we're limiting time in grocery stores, so we order our non-perishables online. Not all our usual choices have been available so we've been using substitutes (organic cotton ear swabs anyone?)
Bar soap been a pleasant surprise. It lasts a lot longer in the shower, lathers really well, and is inexpensive enough to buy everyone's preferred brand.
Both types of soap do a great job against all viruses, including Covid-19 and are better than alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Soap includes substances that work very well to break down viruses and literally send them down the drain. Here's a good overview on soap's effectiveness.
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