Reddit mentions: The best bathroom dispensers

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u/spinnetrouble · 5 pointsr/TrollxDisability

I love the suggestions for a shower stool. I didn't know those existed, either, and with a small space, they look like a total game changer!

Here are some everyday bath items that, in addition to the stool, can help you conserve energy and stay safe throughout your shower routine. You probably have most or all of these items, but I figured I'd list them just in case. (Links go to whatever turned up on Amazon and looked reasonable; I haven't tried them out myself or researched them.)

Handheld showerhead: It helps a ton with minimizing movement (and also not getting the dreaded blast of cold water when you switch from the tap to the shower which is no small potatoes).

Back scrubber: Wet it down, rub a little soap on it, and bam! You have an energy-conserving way to scrub hard-to-reach places and a back scratcher! (Also available with those mesh-puff things instead of a brush if you want to be gentler on your skin.)

Suction cup hooks: Hang your long-handled scrubber, your washcloths, whatever you want.

Washcloths with loops: Keep them at arm-level on your suction cup hooks and you're ready to go. If you don't want to buy new washcloths, you could buy some fabric remnants or foldover elastic for cheap at a big-box craft store and make loops for your existing washcloths instead.

Shower basket with suction cups: I like these better than those shower caddies you hang over the shower head because you don't get pelted in the face with water when you're reaching for things and you can place these within easy reach.

Suction cup soap dish: Again, you can put this at whatever height you want and never have to worry about having to lean over to reach for soap again.

Wall-mounted dispenser: If you're not into bar soap or bottles, you can use this guy to hold body wash, shampoo, and conditioner instead. (I don't know how much of a hassle they are to refill, though.)

Reacher: The classic! If you've dropped your washcloth, you don't have to stress your body by bending to pick it up. Just make sure you get a length that'll work for you in your shower or that thing'll turn into more hazard than help.

Lastly, I gotta ask if you'd consider having grab bars installed for safety. If you have difficulty going from sitting to standing, it sounds like using a shower stool would be helpful, but might come with its own issues, and I want you to be safe. There are some suction cup grab bars out there, but man, I don't trust those things. A little bit of soap scum or something builds up near one of the suction cups and it's Bad News Bears.

If you have an occupational therapist, this would be a perfect thing to discuss with them! Seriously, they live for that kind of thing. :)

u/Myfeelingsarehurt · 2 pointsr/Alzheimers

The number one thing is to set up a network of people. They can be old coworkers, his friends, her friends, family members, church members, neighbors, paid caregivers, who knows maybe boy scouts that need a badge, to give respite care. This can be sitting with them and chatting while you do laundry in the other room, taking them for icecream, letting you go to the doctor yourself, run errands, or just sit with them while you bang you head against the wall. Set them up before you need them, I have one person stop by once a week at least. I try to make it be around the same day/time so I can plan to take "me time" while they are there. This week I went for a massage, last week I took a nap. If you don't take care of yourself you will snap.

Bed alarms are great! They also make matts you can sneak under the carpet by the front door to prevent wandering.

I find making my day easier gives me more time to care properly which in turn makes my day easier! I do this by automating things when I can. I use one of these so I only have to sort pills once a week and can't forget a dose because of a minor catastrophe.

Ivation Automatic Pill Dispenser,

I bought a good shower bench and shower wand to make shower time easier on me, as well as a wall based shampoo soap and conditioner dispenser so I don't have to fiddle with bottles. Something like this:

I love this help button!!!!!
LogicMark Freedom Alert Emergency Alert System -

It works like a cordless home phone and has to be connected to a landline. You don't pay a monitor fee like most. You program it to call 4 numbers in order and then can choose to have it call 911 if the 4 people don't answer. I have it call me twice and the hired caregiver twice. When you answer it tells you it's and emergency and asks you to accept the call by pressing 5 so it isn't tricked by voicemail. It reaches way further than expected and you can speak to them through a mic and speaker in the button!

I also have to say that YouTube and Netflix are good too. Is he reminiscing about a certain time period? Pull up YouTube and find a documentary or news reel. Pull up Netflix and find an old film! Also for some reason my household can watch Simons cat animations for hours just laughing.

I put an iPad mounted to the wall by his bed. The tv was too hard for him to use and he lost the remote constantly , but you can lock a iPad into "guided access" meaning it won't do anything but the app it's in when you start it. I lock it in Netflix and start a movie at bedtime and he happily goes to bed instead of complaining he is not tired (even though he was just snoring in his chair). He can use it easily because you just tap the movie you want to watch. (He just chooses from the few he can see on the screen as he's not great at navigating)

In another way to make my day easier I got a automatic pet feeder and pay to have groceries delivered (thanks Safeway!) I use the app for my pharmacy to help me keep track of refills.

u/acciocorinne · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm sorry you heard some bad news :( I hope you feel better soon! This may sound dumb, but one thing that really cheers me up is working out! It takes awhile to motivate myself to do it, but the rush of endorphins afterwards is always worth it :)

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u/krispysalsA · 6 pointsr/LushCosmetics

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen someone pass off the shower gels as hand soaps. You could probably put some in something like this:

16-Ounce Clear Glass Boston Round Bottles w/Stainless Steel Pumps (2 Pack), Great for Essential Oils, Lotions, Liquid Soaps

Helping hands hand cream would be a nice addition too:)

u/__tmk__ · 4 pointsr/disability

Just a few things (from experience):

u/coredumperror · 1 pointr/steelers

You just reminded me of my favorite piece of Steelers merch I've ever seen. My two Pittsburgh native friends have this adorable soap dispenser shaped like a Steelers player in their bathroom. It's so absurdly silly looking, and I love it.

Oh wow, I actually found it on Amazon! I'm surprised, because they said they got it more than a decade ago from a local shop in Pittsburgh.

u/chizzle91 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

As cheesy as it sounds, I get my daughter to this little tiger growl type thing. She watches Peppa Pig and tried to imitate George doing his dinosaur growl, but before I caught on to the fact that she was imitating George, I just started calling her my little tiger. Either way, it makes me smile every time :)

These are awesome and would make me feel like a fancy-pants!

u/Fr_Time · 1 pointr/Wishlist

I have this sink, I keep it in the kitchen. It's white and used frequently. I generally wash my dishes in said sink. It does a good job at holding the dirty ones waiting for a clean. Well you see, we replaced the faucet. And we went from needing all three pre-cut holes in the sink down to 1. Well that's fine and dandy, right? Who needs to use all three holes. The new faucet came with a cap for the now un-used holes. Read that again, I said cap, not caps. So we have a hole in our sink. It is not the drain. It is it's own hole, just hanging out. We put a bottle of soap over it. We are thinking that this would fill said hole nicely.

Thanks for the fantastic contest.

u/jemlibrarian · 1 pointr/DesignMyRoom

That was a really good idea about the non-patterned curtain. I think I'll go with grey (I love grey), and do pops of color. I really love the mustard/grey/white porcelain accessories look. I have some like this, only mine are more round/full...

So now looking for a grey waffle-weave shower curtain..

u/useneter · 1 pointr/DIY

Absolutely beautiful job! I love the combination sink / toilet. You should consider a wall-mounted soap dispenser like this one. I used it in my compact half-bathroom and it worked great since I also had a very tiny sink.

u/PlaysWithPaint · 3 pointsr/konmari

Wow, amazing job!

This $13 product will be the icing on your kitchen cake:

I don’t have anything to do with the company that makes or sells these. I just love the aesthetic of removing branded items from view.

u/someoneyay · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

i used something like this:

when i was at a hotel. Worked pretty awesomely. I;m not sure of how well the one I linked is - reviews seem random - but something like that would be perfect.

u/lgbtqbbq · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I would get your emulsifier from as they are really quick to ship and I just trust them as a supplier. These are the bottles I like using because they have a steady base and a good pump mechanism. However I've been making my oil cleanser for years- I have no issues doing 400mL worth of cleanser in one batch as I know it well. If you are just starting out, do a smaller batch until you know how much is enough/not enough/too much emulsifier to use :) Then you can size up the batch.

u/sunscreenpuppy · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

/r/DIYBeauty probably has more recipes and the mod ISwearImAGirl made a post a while back about her cleansing oil here! Hers is much more luxurious than mine!! My main motivation in making this was saving money.

I actually just emailed my friend this recipe so I'm just gonna copy/paste the email i send her. :)

Ingredients & tools:

  • 1 pump bottle! You need a glass or plastic pump bottle that is water tight. You can find these at Target, Bed Bath & Beyond, IKEA, and probably walmart (i haven't looked there but they have lots of lotion/soap pump bottles i bet). If you aren't sure on the size, go for the larger one. You can also buy one online like this one:

  • 1 jug of mineral oil or baby oil. You can get this anywhere! CVS, publix, walmart, etc. Baby Oil is just mineral oil with an added smell, and it's usually less price for more, so i prefer baby oil. You can find mineral oil next to cutting boards sometimes. You can actually use almost any food-grade oil you want, but mineral oil is cheap, and unlikely to cause breakouts in most people. If you buy baby oil, get the PLAIN baby oil, not the ones with aloe or shea butter, etc.

  • Cromollient SCE. You can buy it here:
    the smallest size will make you about 4-5 batches of cleansing oil. That's the size I bought but I'm almost out so i kind of wish i bought the next size up! Up to you!

  • Polysorbate 80. You can buy it here:
    You need less of this ingredient, so buying the smallest size should be plenty for quite a few batches! Some people exclude this and jut have the comollient, but i prefer adding this too, to make it rinse off really cleanly (but not stripping). You can exclude if you want! It's really cheap so I go ahead and add it. :)

  • measuring spoons and a funnel (funnel is optional but makes things easier!)!

    Mixing Instructions!:

  1. Clean and DRY your pump bottle COMPLETELY. There must be NO water in this mix because bacteria can start to grow. Some recipes include a preservative to get around this. Make sure all tools are clean and dry

  2. Pour into the pump bottle the following ratio to make one batch of cleansing oil:

  • 9 tablespoons of baby oil/mineral oil/whatever oil/a mix of oils

  • 1 tablespoon of cromollient

  • 1/2 tablespoon of polysorbate 80

  1. If you have a bigerg bottle you can just double/triple the recipe if you want.

  2. Close the bottle tight!! You're done!!

  3. IMPORTANT! Before each use, shake really hard! The cromollient and polysorbate sink to the bottom of the bottle after a while, and they're a bit thick so you have to shake hard to re-mix everything. if you don't shake it up you will get a big glob of them and they feel sticky and gross, and won't really cleanse your skin haha.
u/GetOffMyLawn_ · 2 pointsr/Fibromyalgia

I bought special foaming soap dispenser bottles on Amazon. I fill it halfway with water and halfway with Dawn gentle on hands formula. I tend to wash my hands a lot so I use the kitchen sink and my soap mix. Anything that's sitting in the sink gets a dose of water and soap. this stuff is so much gentler on your hands than the regular Dawn too.

Note that with the foaming bottles you can't put undiluted liquid soap in them, it's too thick so you have to dilute it. As a bonus you wind up using less soap.

Unfortunately Dawn changed their formula to include rose scent, and I am allergic to roses. Fortunately the Walmart version has no rose scent and works just as well.

I also use the foaming bottles in the bathroom. If you like Dr Bronner's soap you know you're supposed to dilute it. So I mix it with water in the bottles and use it in the shower and as hand soap.

u/dearabby · 5 pointsr/AirBnB

These thieving guests are really rare, so I wouldn't worry about it for your first guests.

What I've found is guests are even more likely to take the small items with them. It ends up being a lot of waste, too, because you'll have tons of partially used bottles.

The best solution I've found is to put things into dispensers. Someone might take a full shampoo bottle, but they aren't going to pull a dispenser off the wall. They wouldn't feel bad snagging salt & pepper in the cardboard store containers, but they won't take them if they're in shakers (mine have survived 5 years of hosting).

Leave out a reasonable amount of TP and a roll of paper towels and lock up the rest. It'll be fine.

u/Amberhawke6242 · 6 pointsr/actuallesbians

Next try checking out a hands free one like this (that'sjust the first one I found). I've had a few friends say they like the option.

u/BigAwesomeHat · 2 pointsr/sex

I use a heated lotion dispenser. It's great. Only complaint is some lube can drop when it's left on for a long time. Easiest solution is to just turn it on when ready to go to pound town.

True Glow by Conair Heated Lotion Dispenser

u/Goat_187 · 1 pointr/AirBnB

About a year ago I thought it would be cool to offer a luxury travel set to my guest for a more hotel/upscale feel. I include a set of lord and mayfair shampoo, lotion, conditioner and body and face soap. Its a plus to offer to your guest and makes your listing look more pro:

I looked online for a hotel supplier, purchased 144 of each for $175. Therefore I'm spending $1.25 for each reservation/guest? I set out 2 sets when they are longer stays. Estimate I had 100 guest since then. In 2 weeks its going to be a year since I purchased these and I havent counted them but I probably have about half of them left or a little more left.

The simple fact is that 50% of guest dont even touch them because they have their own, they also don't take em home like souvenirs like hotel guest do me included. I guest they respect the fact that its your house, etc. Its a waste because I constantly throw away half empty bottles. and bars of soaps used once.

So definitively when I run out of these I think i'm going to go with the wall dispenser route of a high end product, something like:

u/skywxp3d · 1 pointr/DIY_eJuice

I got these, I have one with Nic and one with my PG/VG blend, makes life super easy and I never have to open the bottle... :)

u/DivineOubliette · 1 pointr/ehlersdanlos

Best purchase I ever made - A heated lotion dispenser, its perfect for coconut oil!

u/bobdolesflag · 3 pointsr/AirBnB

We used to snag extras while staying in hotels or buy bars at Dollar Tree 3/$1 but recently moved to this guy which is also available at Bed Bath Beyond. I use Suave products to fill it, and provide a basket of a dozen washcloths. We don't use washcloths either. :)

u/bcuthbert22 · 2 pointsr/GoRVing

Better Living Products Classic Four Chamber Shower Dispenser, White,58 oz

It's mounted with silicone adhesive glue so that it won't fall off the wall. It comes with good instructions and was ready to install.

u/Surrealle01 · 15 pointsr/funny

My husband and I each have two of these, four total mounted on one wall of our shower. We have zero bottles in there as a result, which not only makes it look tidy but saves us from having to scrub off the inevitable rings from the tub where the bottle would sit. 10/10 would recommend.

Better Living Products 76354 Euro Series TRIO 3-Chamber Soap and Shower Dispenser, White

u/Glittery_Pickle · 7 pointsr/crafts

Great idea for if you are on a budget! I have one of these wall dispensers. They work great. However, my conditioner is ridiculously thick and I have to mix it with water to pump it out.

u/JohnnyRockets911 · 1 pointr/soylent

Great idea! I ordered this Glass Pump Bottle to test it for myself. Just in case this one doesn't work well for pushing through MCT Oil, which one do you recommend?

u/matkam · 4 pointsr/AskMen

I fill about 1/5th of a soap dispenser with a foaming pump with Dr. Bronner's, and the rest with water. Gets me clean, lasts several months, and doesn't make my skin greasy like "shower gel" soaps.

u/GA_HoneyBee · 1 pointr/ApartmentHacks

They make shampoo/conditioner/bodywash dispensers that glue to the wall or corner.

Here’s the one I have that works well for me:
Better Living Products 76354 Euro Series TRIO 3-Chamber Soap and Shower Dispenser, White

u/GrouchyOskar · 6 pointsr/StrongCurves

I used a folding step stool for the step ups. Worked ok for me and was a lot cheaper than a plyo box. Something like this

u/JimmyLegs50 · 30 pointsr/LifeProTips

This four-chamber soap/shampoo dispenser is awesome. You can immediately clear out all those plastic bottles that sit at the corner of the tub or on those stupid hanging shelves that never stay in place.

EDIT: Fixed link

u/PlatypuSofDooM42 · 1 pointr/funny

I've had this for over 4 years.

Life changing

Better Living Products 71450 Classic 4-Chamber Shower Dispenser, White

u/tunersr · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

This is what I got.

Better Living Products 76345 AVIVA Three Chamber Dispenser, Chrome

u/redorangeblue · 1 pointr/funny

Next year's gift... Better Living Products 76345 AVIVA Three Chamber Dispenser, Chrome

u/no-mad · 4 pointsr/RVLiving

Tire Pressure Monitoring system.

Kitchen Paper Holder Hanger Tissue Roll Towel Rack Bathroom Toilet Sink Door Hanging Organizer Storage Hook Holder Rack

Touch Screen Backup Camera Dash Cam

Bluetooth Receiver/FM Transmitter/Car Charger with Bluetooth 4.2, Car Locator, App Support, 2 USB Ports, PowerIQ, AUX Output, and USB Drive to Play MP3 Files

Wall-Mounted Paper Towel Holder

3-Chamber Soap and Shower Dispenser

12 Volt Oscillating Fan

u/wbgraphic · 1 pointr/lifehacks

>It's kind of expensive, almost unreasonably so

We have this dispenser in our showers. Good product, not terribly pricey. Admittedly not as nice to look at, but I'd rather not pay a $50 premium for shower accessory aesthetics.

For less than the price of one stainless dispenser, I got three plastic models.

u/dontforgetpants · 1 pointr/xxfitness

Ask around and see if they have aerobics blocks you can bring in there. Or, just honestly ask the manager to put a stool in there for short people to reach (that's what my gym has). No joke, they could buy one for $10. Ask every time you're there until they put one in.

u/Ryaven · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

simplehuman, Stainless Steel Wall Mount Pumps, Single 15 fl. oz. Shampoo & Soap Dispenser
I want to get these, I'm to clumsy

u/epik · 1 pointr/minimalism

Here you go, bro.

u/BasicGrafix · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have this one

And it has been a game changer, no more bottles, easy to fill, no clogging. Will buy another for next house. No mold issues as of two yrs.