Lysol No Touch Kitchen System Review

What do you get when three dirty children are asked to wash their hands?

If your house is like mine you get soap everywhere.

  I am positive they attempt to finger paint with the soap while completing the arduous task of washing their hands prior to eating. I am even more convinced that prior to gathering the pile of soap they touch every surface within a 360 degree radius. The Lysol No Touch Kitchen System was the resolution to our soapy past. I took the Undercover Kitchen System Challenge and we love having it because the kids do not have to touch anything. They also no longer waste soap and water. I was impressed with the overall quality of design and the soaps ability to clean my counters and my dishes and most importantly my children’s hands before meals. It is nice to have a product that takes the guess work out of product amount and makes it easy to get the job done without fumbling for the right tool. It is all right there on my sink it the easy to use dispenser. They call it a No Touch Kitchen System because it does more than help you clean it saves time and money.


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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Lysol. The opinions and text are all mine. Official Sweepstakes Rules

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