Soap bars present one problem - soap goo - that icky ooz that gradually builds in traditional soap dishes. When goo develops, your soap dissolves faster, and instead of cleaning that soap goes down the drain.
The SoapStandle allows bar soap to ‘shed’ water and dry, so “goo” never develops, which ensures your bar soaps last longer. In other words, the SoapStandle saves you money by extending the life of your bar soaps. .
Made with recycled plastic, the SoapStandle is also reusable and recyclable.
It’s simple to use. Just press your soap bar down firmly onto SoapStandle’s rounded points — it attaches to, and stays with, the bar. Your soap will last longer and it won’t slip from your hand. When you’re ready, move your reusable SoapStandle to a new bar!
SoapStandle works with ALL etee bars - Hand & Body Bars, Facial Cleansing Bars, Shave Bars, AND Shampoo & Conditioner bars.
Made in the U.S.A. | Reusable | Recyclable
Hey guys. I've been using the beeswax kitchen set for some time and recently I bought several packages of foil and plastic wrap to donate to a food pantry. These items are needed but super expensive for people who need the food pantry (me too!). It dawned on me that what they really need is a set of Beeswax wrappers but at $24.99 I can't swing that. Is there any way you could donate some or reduce the price enough for me to be able to get more than two of them? If you wanted to donate them I could give you the information about where they go and I thought I'd write a letter to slip in with them to explain how they can be used instead of plastic wrap to save money and the environment. What do you think? Maybe a scaled down version of the pack even?
As I almost exclusively use bar soap, from bathing to shampooing & conditioning and to dishwashing, the SoapStandle makes the use of bar soaps much easier.
I use solid bar shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Soapstandles work perfectly for them. The bars dry out quickly, prolonging their life, and no mess to clean up on shower shelves or bath ledges. Also, when putting them down wet, they don't skid off and away. Awesome!