Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System soap dispenser review
Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System soap dispenser review

Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Review with Video – A Soap Dispenser Moms and Kids Will Love!

by Alicia in Cleaning & Cleaners, Health

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Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System review

The simple design won't interfere with your kitchen decor!

If you are a regular reader or a friend of mine, you might know that am a little bit of a germaphobe. Ok, so maybe a lot. I taught my kids how to wash their hands as soon as they could rub them together. As our children get older and parents no longer go into the bathroom with their kids, they aren’t able to make sure that their child is washing her hands well or correctly.  That’s why I usually have my kids wash their hands downstairs in the kitchen after they use the restroom at home.  I want to watch them get the soap, wash.. and count to 20. I have used many techniques to keep them interested in and motivated to wash their hands but one of my favorites is the invention of no-touch soap dispensers which I will get into in just a moment.  Meanwhile..

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Children are more susceptible to developing an infectious illness because their immune systems have not fully developed. Infections have a tendency to spread very quickly. Washing the hands is one of the simplest things that can be done to prevent the spread of infections. Children who are taught the importance of washing their hands will be less likely to contract an infectious illness.

Do your kids know how to wash their hands?

Children also need to be taught how to properly wash their hands. The hands should always be washed in warm water. Warm water kills more germs than cold water. It is also important to make sure that the hands are washed for at least 20 seconds. Singing the Happy Birthday song twice is a good way to ensure that one washes his hands for the recommended amount of time. Children should be supervised while they are washing their hands to make sure that they are washing properly.  Parents, teachers and caregivers should make sure that the child washes the back and palm of his hand as well as his wrists, fingers and fingernails.

Children should be encouraged to turn off the faucet with a towel.  Something interesting that I’ve been hearing quite a bit lately is that it’s actually better to dry your hands with a paper towel than to use an air dryer.  Air dryers can have bacteria inside the air tunnels which is then shot right out onto our hands as we dry them.  Yuck, huh?

The Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System makes it a lot easier for children to wash their hands. This hands-free dispenser gently cleanses the hands while killing bacteria.  On average, kitchens are cleaned more than 400 times a year and studies have shown that the bottles used to clean the kitchen area may be soiled and heavily contaminated with germs, potentially causing cross contamination.  The No-Touch Kitchen System will help prevent against that because of its no-touch feature and all-in-one solution.  Now if only we had no-touch water faucets!  Meanwhile we keep our faucets clean by using anti-bacterial wipes.

Besides cleaning hands the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System is perfect for cleaning dirty dishes.  The

Watch this video of my five year old daughter demonstrating the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System.  She LOVES the Tangerine scent!


Again, washing the hands is one of the simplest and most effective things that can be done to prevent the spread of infectious illnesses.  Keep your kids motivated to wash their hands by making hand washing time easy and fun!


Alicia Hagan, Editor

Disclosure: I received a Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System for review purposes.  Lysol did not require that I write this post.  I only write about products that I would by for my family.

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