The right soap dispenser in your business or public space will help your customers, employees or visitors wash their hands properly to prevent germs from spreading. We offer a variety of options, so you can find the perfect one for your needs.
Manual dispensers use a push-button to dispense a set amount of hand soap or hand sanitizer. They require less maintenance than automatic models and don’t need batteries.
Soap dispensers can be made from a variety of materials, including glass, ceramic, stainless steel, resin, and plastic. Choosing the best one for your home may come down to aesthetics or how sturdy you need it to be. Generally, glass dispensers are more durable than plastic and can withstand falls without breaking. They also match a wide range of kitchen styles. Resin, melamine, and metal dispensers are less likely to break, but their color options are limited.
A soap dispenser can be manual or automatic. Most people opt for a manual design, which requires that you hold the pump handle and push down to activate the flow of liquid soap. These models work well in most spaces, but you should wash the pump tube occasionally to prevent clogs and buildup.
Some dispensers have a hands-free design that works using sensors to dispense soap. The sensor can be set to dispense a certain amount of soap when your hand approaches, and some have adjustable volume controls that let you control how much is pumped out.
This modern and colorful dispenser has a sleek silhouette that looks like a small piece of art on your counter. It’s BPA free and holds most liquid soaps and lotions, but not foam or pumice soaps. The amber bottle disguises the contents, and it’s a popular alternative to traditional glass soap dispensers.
Stainless steel Soap dispensers are a modern touch that keep your sink clean and sleek. The brushed finish complements most kitchen faucets and other fixtures, while the durable design will stand up to frequent use. These dispensers are also less likely to break than glass or ceramic ones, which can easily get clogged by soap residue. They’re also more resistant to corrosion than other materials, such as plastic or resin.
A stainless steel dispenser can be wiped down with the same cleaning products you use to wipe down your counters, including disinfectant wipes and all-purpose cleaner. You should also sanitize the pump component at least once per week. This means running the pump under warm water and pumping it to remove any built-up soap residue. You can also use a little bit of distilled white vinegar or other mild cleaning solution to loosen hardened build-up.
If you lean towards farmhouse decor, this mason jar-style dispenser offers a decorative accent with its floral design and is offered individually or as a set. It’s not dishwasher safe, though, which could make it more difficult to maintain and is not transparent, so you might have a harder time seeing when it’s time for a refill.
Soap dispensers are a stylish addition to your kitchen or bathroom sink. Whether you’re looking for a simple glass bottle or an elevated design, these dispensers will blend into your decor aesthetic and save you from having to buy soap in bulk.
Soap pump dispensers can be made from a variety of materials including glass, plastic, melamine, resin, ceramic, and stainless steel. Each material has its own pros and cons. The choice of the best dispenser for you will depend on your budget, aesthetic, and maintenance requirements. For example, plastic and melamine are less fragile than glass, but may not be as appealing for your design aesthetic. If you want to minimize your maintenance costs, choose a cartridge style soap dispenser that uses a refillable container instead of an open bag of soap.
If you’re going for a modern look, this frosted glass soap dispenser from Williams Sonoma is the perfect choice. The neutral color of the glass blends in with most decor styles, and the stainless-steel pump will last for years. It can hold up to 12 ounces of liquid, and the clear window on the base allows you to see when it’s time to refill.
For a more rustic or farmhouse look, this mason jar soap dispenser offers the same timeless charm for your sink. It’s available in multiple colors and is sold individually or as a set to suit your decor preferences.
This sleek, minimalist soap dispenser fits perfectly with any modern kitchen or bathroom decor scheme. Its sleek white body is ceramic and the pump is made of stainless steel, making it easy to clean and durable. Plus, the battery has a long life, so you won’t need to recharge it often.
The glass carafe of this soap dispenser is clear, so you can see when it’s time for a refill. It also has a rust-resistant stainless steel pump and comes in several different designs, so you can find the perfect match for your home. Plus, it’s easy to refill from the top—a major plus when you have a lot of people using it.
Unlike many other automatic soap dispensers, this one actually counts down 20 seconds—the same amount of time the Centers for Disease Control recommends to properly wash hands. It also has clog-proof tubing and a mess-free valve to prevent dripping. The only downside is that it’s more expensive than some other options.
Add a little rock and roll to your sink with this unique, hand soap dispenser. Each bottle is handmade from rough stone, so each one will be slightly different in size and appearance. This stylish and functional soap dispenser will also be a conversation starter! Just remember that these dispensers are heavier than others, so it’s best to hold them by the body rather than the nozzle.