Nice DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser



I remember those wonderful summer holidays that I have spent at the country side at my grandparents. The fresh air, the nature, all the animals and birds, the natural and tasty food were things that composed this entire wonderful rustic universe. All the day long I was outside and trying to help my grandparents at different things like: feeding the animals, bringing them water too, cleaning the yard or helping them preparing the breakfast, lunch or dinner.

One of the inconvenient was that dust was everywhere and all the time my hands were not so clean. Perhaps a soap dispenser was a real need since my grandparents were using just a simple soap which needed to be put in a special place.The next DIY project reminded me of this problem and its nice result which can be perfect for such a situation.

It refers to a nice DIY Mason Jar Soap Dispenser which can also be used in the bathroom, kitchen or other places. All you need for getting your own Mason Jar Soap Dispenser is an old plastic soap bottle, a mason jar, two part epoxy, a drill, scissors, a marker and a box cutter. Now you just need to follow the instructions and your soap dispenser will be ready in a couple of minutes.{found on heatherbullard}


Published by in DIY, on December 5th, 2011

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