A soap dispenser is a must in your kitchen. It serves as a gentle hygiene reminder. One pump is all it takes to keep those hands clean and germ-free.
However, the dispenser can get clogged due to soap build up over time. This disrupts the flow of liquid soap inside it. To avoid this, clean the liquid dispenser regularly. It is easy and gets done in minutes. Just follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Disassemble the Liquid Soap Dispenser
Gently unscrew the lid and separate the pump and the liquid soap container. If it is possible to take apart the head of the pump and the straw that draws up liquid soap, disassemble them.
Step 2: Soak in Hot Water
Take the disassembled components of the liquid soap dispenser and place them in a bowl filled with hot water. Let the parts soak in hot water for 5-7 minutes.
Step 3: Scrub the Surfaces
Grab an old toothpaste and gently scrub the pump head and the straw to scrape off any soap residue.
Step 4: Rinse in Warm Water
Rinse the components in clean, warm water to wash off any remaining soap and dirt.
Step 5: Wipe the Components
Wipe off the components of the dispenser with a clean, dry cloth.
Step 6: Refill the Container
Pour liquid soap in the container.
Step 7: Reassemble the Components
Reattach the straw to the pump head and put it back in the soap vessel. Screw it tightly.
There you go! Your liquid soap dispenser is unclogged and ready to use.