Kitchen Find | Lysol No Touch Kitchen System

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Years ago when my husband and I lived in an apartment one of my biggest complaints was lack of space, especially in the kitchen. The cabinet under the small kitchen sink was already full of basic supplies, including the garbage disposal that took up most of the space. Then around the sink itself I would have to fin a place for the hand wash, the dish wash and the surface cleaner spray bottle. That’s a lot of products wrapped around one tiny little sink.

One product I would have loved is the LYSOL® No-Touch Kitchen System. It combines all your needs into one small unit that dispenses liquid soap without ever having to touch a thing.

The automatic, hands-free dispenser uses a sensor that you simply wave your hand or sponge in front of and a pre-measured stream of liquid soap is dispensed. The liquid soap is meant to be used for cleaning dishes, cleaning surfaces and even cleaning messy hands. I purchased a similar unit years ago and right away noticed some changes like the longer dispenser spout that reaches beyond the edge of the sink. Accidental spillage drips into the sink instead of pooling on the surface.

Lysol Hand Wash

Aside from the space saving design, the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System is designed to prevent the spread of germs in your kitchen. You may not even realize how many germs you spread in just a few minutes but you can get a good idea when you take the Undercover Kitchen Challenge. You can play the game and enter to win a major kitchen upgrade!

For a chance to win a No Touch Kitchen System with a year supply of soap complete these two steps:

 

  • Share theUndercover Challenge with your friends below
  • Tell us that you did AND tell us your kitchen cleaning challenge below

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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