Create Your Own Dream Soap Dispenser

Create Your Own Dream Soap Dispenser


If you’re tired of constantly replacing your soap dispenser or dealing with the hassle of refilling it, there is a simple solution: create your own dream soap dispenser. With just a few items, you can have access to a larger amount of soap and save time and money in the process.

To begin, you will need a dispenser tube extension that reaches the bottom of the cabinet directly under your sink. This extension tube will allow you to access a much larger bottle of soap, eliminating the need for frequent refills.

If you prefer, you can also make your own DIY soap to use with your dispenser. This allows you to customize the scent and ingredients to your liking. It’s a fun and creative way to add a personal touch to your daily routine.

Before installing the extension tube, take measurements to ensure a proper fit. Once you have the correct size, feed the tube down into the under-sink area and insert it into your soap bottle. Make sure the bottle sits comfortably at the bottom of the cabinet and everything is secure.

Once the extension tube is in place, attach it to your soap pump. Test the dispenser pumping it a few times to ensure everything is working properly. This DIY solution allows you to access a larger amount of soap, saving you time and effort in the long run.

If you’re concerned about excess waste, consider purchasing refillable soap options. Refills are readily available online or in stores, and they offer a more sustainable alternative to disposable soap bottles.

Before using your dream soap dispenser, always double-check that everything is secure to prevent any soap leaks in the depths of your cabinet. With a little bit of creativity and ingenuity, you can create a soap dispenser that meets your needs and enhances your daily routine.


Dispenser tube extension: A tube that extends the reach of a soap dispenser, allowing access to a larger soap bottle.

DIY: Abbreviation for “do-it-yourself,” referring to the act of creating or fixing something oneself instead of relying on professional assistance or pre-made products.

Refills: Replacement containers of soap that can be used to refill a soap dispenser instead of purchasing a new bottle each time.