I like foaming soap. I don't know about you, but I've noticed it costs more. The refill bottle runs about a dollar more than the regular soap. In the scheme of things, that's not a lot. But what if I told you it's possible to make the regular soap last three times as long as the foaming soap, because you can make your own foaming soap? You can. It's a savings of at least $11 dollars, too. I can think of ways to spend 11 bucks (cough *more books* cough). So here's how (you're not going to believe how easy this is):
Empty foaming soap dispenser
Measuring cup with a spout
Liquid hand soap
1. Rinse dispenser to get rid of any residual soap.
2. Pour 2/3 c water into the soap dispenser. Add 1/3 c of the liquid soap.
3. Secure the pump on the bottle then gently agitate to mix the soap and water.
Viola! Foaming soap!