Debating whether or not to cut that additional hole into your granite? Deck mounted soap dispensers have their lists of pros and cons, but for the right person they can significantly improve the kitchen experience. No more sticky slippery soap bottles around the kitchen sink. No more brightly colored eyesores. The quick pump dispensers revolutionize the sink area.
Many disgruntled users complain that soap dispensers do not pump out any soap, even after trying multiple consistencies of liquid soap. The problem is in the product. Rohl is a reliable manufacturer whose soap dispensers pump consistently. They guarantee at least ten years of great soap pumping. Blanco is another good brand. They use extra nickel in their sink products to prevent rusting even more effectively.
This Blanco soap dispenser from the Harvest series is portrayed above in chrome. If you have a Victorian styled sink faucet, you will want to match the soap dispenser accordingly.
The Perrin & Rowe collection has divine Victorian styles. This Rohl soap dispenser in nickel finish has a special tube that prevents clogging. Soap dispensers don’t only have to be for soap. Many users will install two soap dispensers into the counter, having one for dish soap and the other for lotion. It really helps keep your hands in good condition to use lotion after washing them.
Soap dispensers that mount into the counter are ultimately hands free. You can work with raw meat and then use your wrist to press down on the dispenser without fear of knocking it over and making a mess. Rohl makes a gorgeous soap dispenser in a brass finish. The dezincified brass used in all their products protects the fixture from water and soap damage.
Here is a more modern soap dispenser in polished chrome. It’s from Blanco’s Alta collection. A modern collection of kitchen fixtures emphasizes the amazing technology available. It’s an incredible era to be alive, and housework has never been easier.
It’s also available in the anthracite finish. Black sink fixtures are a personal favorite.
And to be fair, Rohl makes modern soap dispensers as well in a series called the Modern Collection. It’s not the most original name, but we’ll cut them some slack because it’s a fantastic unit.
The Milano soap dispenser from Blanco looks a little like R2D2 from Star Wars. If only he were real, I bet he’d have soap dispensing functions. Many peoples’ favorite advantages of a soap dispenser is having less clutter around the sink. Every time I work with a plastic bottle I end up either tipping it over, dropping it in the sink or getting dish soap all over the counter. I’m totally clumsy though, and people who don’t fear knocking their bottle all over town have more liberty to invest in a pretty free standing soap dispenser.
This Rohl soap dispenser has a rubber base for extra stability for the soap bottle challenged.
You can also have a pretty bottle that mounts into the wall with this Rohl dispenser. Then you know for sure that it’s not going anywhere.
I want to hear about your experiences with deck mounted soap dispensers and freestanding ones. Which do you like better and why? Do you prefer modern or vintage styles? Answering these questions will at any rate help you make up your mind about whether you would enjoy a mounted soap dispenser or not.