As you know, traditional faucets, soaps, and liquid soap dispensers have the highest contact frequency, even more frequently than toilet flushing. People wash and sanitize their hands more than they use the toilet, and these surfaces become covered with bacteria. It only gets worse when a person flushes the toilet and then washes their hands. During this process, the rinse handle, faucet spout, and nozzle of the soap dispenser pump can become contaminated.
Bathroom hygiene is a growing concern for many as the need for safe hygiene grows during the global pandemic. Especially since proper handwashing has been recognized as an important way to prevent COVID-19. Sensor technology and contactless amenities will be considered for increasing use in public and private spaces. This smart technology could be the future of the bathroom, minimizing the spread of germs and germs.
Smart bathroom fixtures such as automatic soap dispensers and sensor faucets are often used in conjunction with each other, so this is increasingly being considered.
While automatic soap dispensers are known to help maintain hygiene, there are other benefits worth investing in.
The automatic soap dispenser is a touchless device that helps ensure no cross-contamination between reuses. This is why so many public and shared spaces have automatic soap dispensers in restrooms, such as airports and restaurants. With thousands of people using these facilities, the potential for infection and disease is higher. However, this is not limited to the public domain. In any given home, using a soap dispenser can lead to a constant spread of germs. While it may not have been that worrisome before the pandemic, even being between two family members is no longer an acceptable risk. An automatic soap dispenser will prevent this and make maintaining hygiene easier.
With traditional dispensers, it is sometimes possible to accidentally draw too much. Often, we ourselves don’t know how much soap is enough to properly clean our hands. Sensor soap dispensers are more economical because they are designed to dispense only a certain amount of foam soap at a time. This prevents unnecessary soap solution waste and saves you money in the long run.
Easy to maintain
Automatic soap dispensers are simple and easy to maintain. They require little cleaning and you can refill their container from the top, making them very handy. Apart from that, there is no possibility of leaks, so they require less maintenance.