Soap dispensers are an economical solution to any bathroom or kitchen. These dispensers can be refilled with soap so that you don't have to purchase a new disposable soap dispenser each time. Proper maintenance is required to ensure that the dispenser continues to work. Dried and clogged soap dispensers can result from not refilling the container frequently enough; this is the most common reason for a soap dispenser no longer functioning. Unclog and flush the dried soap to fix a broken soap dispenser.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
Unscrew the soap dispenser pump from the base of the unit.
Use a toothbrush to remove any clumps of dry soap.
Soak the pump in hot water for 30 minutes.
Push the pump 15 to 20 times while soaking in the water to clear any soap clogs.
Empty all soap from the base of the soap dispenser and flush with hot water to remove any dried soap.
Fill the dispenser with liquid soap and screw the soap pump back on.
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