We’ve been dealing with a pandemic for almost a year and it feels like Covid-19 isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. I hope everyone has been coping the best they can. We’ve been making sure we keep our hands washed, staying at home and keeping busy.
Now that schools have started to re-open. We have added hand sanitizer to all the kids’ book bags and reminding them to wash their hands. However, it isn’t always easy to just stop and wash your hair. Especially when there isn’t water available at all time. This is why we’ve been grateful to have found soap in seconds.
Soap in seconds is a foaming hand soap that you can keep in your car or in a large bag for when you don’t have water available right away. This foaming hand soap is:
- alcohol free
- gentle on hands
- clean fresh scent
- no rinsing necessary
How to use soap in seconds
The kids are the worst at touching everything in sight. We can’t go to the store without telling them to store touching things every 10 seconds. So, having something quick in the car comes in handy.
When you want to use, shake the can well. Turn and release the cap actuator on the top of the can, then press the button to release the foam soap. Apply a golf ball size amount of soap foam to the palm of your hands and massage into your skin until there is no foam left. You can also use with water and rinse.
It works perfectly with heavily soiled hands. You may need to apply the soap foam to your hands more than once. There is also a possibility you’ll need water to get off any dirt. So, we’ve made it a habit of keeping bottles of water and one of the bottles of soap in seconds in the trunk of the car. Just in case.
I personally don’t feel like it leaves any residue on your hands and smells great. I mean, I’ve had some of the hand sanitizers that are out right now and hated the smell. But as long as they do their job and clean your hands, we’ve been using them. So having something that smells great that we’d enjoy using is great.
The only thing I wish is that I’d purchased the bottle in a smaller size. The one I have doesn’t fit in my purse but would pretty much work anywhere else. This would be great for when we head back to work; you can keep it in the office. It would be perfect for a workshop, especially if there isn’t a sink. And my husband can store a bottle in his golf bag.
If you are looking for some soap in seconds yourself, I picked up my bottle from Amazon. You’ll get 3 large bottles for $17.99 (as of this posting). Pick them up yourself and try it out! Let me know what you think of the soap and share it because a bottle has up to 250 washings!