Case and point. We spent this evening at my son’s Spring Fling, there was lots of fun food and candy floating around, and lots of games for the kids to play. New to the event this year was a Reptile Show. We entered the show and my youngest locked eyes with a great big snake, ran over to it before I could get a hold of him and put his hands right on it. Not even a flinch of fear (which kind of scares me). After that, he was doing all he could to grab a hold of the tortoise. I can’t say I didn’t expect it to happen…I mean, my kids are textile kids. They have to touch everything!
Now that summer is here, or at least it’s not snowing any longer, my kids are spending much more time outside. They’ve chased butterflies and dug for worms…a fishing trip is in their very near future. But the last thing I was to see is the grubby germs from outside, making their way in.
That is why I have the Lysol® No-Touch Antibacterial Hand Soap System by my kitchen sink and in the bathroom. It is the perfect tool for getting my kids to wash their hands regularly, and stop millions of germs from spreading all through my house.
My kids don’t end up using too much (or too little) soap, since the dispenser automatically dispenses the right amount of soap when they put their hand under the spout.
How would you like to give the Lysol® No-Touch Antibacterial Soap System a try in your home, for FREE? Well, for a limited time when you pick up the Lysol No-Touch Antibacterial Soap System at your local grocer, you can take advantage of this fantastic Mail In Rebate offer!
It’s a great opportunity to try out a scent you haven’t tried before, we’re currently using the moisturizing aloe vera & vitamin e in the kitchen and refreshing citrus scents in the bathroom. I’m partial to citrus scented products so there is always a backup refill on the shelf!
Have you tried the Lysol® No Touch Antibacterial Hand Soap Systems yet?
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