How does your dish soap roll? So many readers answered our challenge to ban the dish soap bottle from your kitchen counters. Here's a final set of photos from this challenge:
Feline told us she got the bottles at Zabar's. She makes a 50/50 mixture of soap and water to make sure the bottles don't clog. Now where'd that monkey scrub brush come from?
"Bicycling enthusiasts who have a lot of water bottles lying around can use the extras to hold both dish and hand soap ... The bottles are usually giveaways, so they cost nothing!" Rita told us.
Four more pix after the jump ...
Daisy likes using this bottle because she can squeeze the soap out without flipping the bottle over.
JBlue keeps the scrubber and soap together in a race car red dispenser. Nice paper towel holder too!
Angela says: "I got an old St. Peter's beer bottle, scrubbed off the sticker label and stuck in this wine filter/spout from Crate and Barrel. The filtering bit is nice because it lets out a slower stream of soap and doesn't get as gunky as some others might."
East Village Amy makes sure she always buys blue dish soap to keep the fish afloat in this dispenser.
And don't miss the Statue of Liberty and French globe soap dispensers we posted earlier in the challenge.
Thanks to all the readers who sent in photos for our Bottle Ban. We think we've posted them all. If we missed your picture or if you have ideas for a future kitchen challenge, check in with chris AT apartmenttherapy DOT com.
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