I have a decorative soap pump dispenser in my 1/2 bathroom that matches some other items. The soap pump is no longer working. mad: I've been unable to find a replacement Foam Pump(KEXON) for it. I'm wondering if anyone has seen a way to change a regular soap pump dispenser into a foaming (foamer) soap pump? It would be great to be able to use less soap & it probably wouldn't clog & break as often. I'm sure SOMEONE has thought of this by now.
I'm obviously not googling the right words. Found a few craft type places that sell bottles, but I don't think the tops look the same so I don't know if they would fit. If it helps, this is the discontinued soap pump I have. Its just a regular screw on. Obviously, its not going to be a nice brushed stainless steel like the original.
Splash, I've done some research in the past. The problem is that the foam pumps are wider in the neck tha regular Foam Pumps. I guess it's designed that way to introduce more oxygen in at the pump there and creates the foam. The liquid soap, itself, is exactly the same, yet it is watered down with about SIX times as much water. :eek: So you do save on soap. It's the bubbles (foam) that actually does the cleaning.
You might try this place for a replacement pump dispenser. Pump have a cork insert, so it fits inside your current bottle. No need to worry about finding one that fits your bottle's threads correctly, then.
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