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In my quest for better health and pinching pennies, I purchased one of the automatic soap dispensers before looking into the price of refills. My clever DH found a solution: After the soap was gone, he drilled a hole in the top of the soap container so it can be easily refilled. I recommend using generic since I found the name brand soaps would thicken up and clog the dispenser.
Do you have one of these?
The hole is just large enough.

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  • Terrie
    on Nov 3, 2014

    I popped off the plastic on mine with a screw driver and refilled it

  • Joan
    on Dec 28, 2014

    I also pop the top off mine and refill it

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