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RINNIG Soap dispenser, gray,

Price $ 2.99

How to get it

Keep the sink area neat and tidy with this soap dispenser. The modern, minimalist design makes it perfect to match with products in the same series. Sometimes a small change makes a big difference.

Article Number804.243.35

Product details

Can be refilled and used time after time, making it kind to the environment.

Easy to refill as the dispenser has a wide opening.

Rub, brush, wash and scrub โ€“ that's the tune of the RINNIG series. Here youโ€™ll find everything you need to take care of dirt, spills and splashes to keep your kitchen sparkling clean.


Mikael Axelsson

  • Material
    Detergent pump:
    ABS plastic


Height:ย 7 "

Volume:ย 15 oz

  • RINNIGArticle Number804.243.35

    Width:ย 2 ยพ "

    Height:ย 2 ยพ "

    Length:ย 6 ยพ "

    Weight:ย 3 oz

    Package(s):ย 1


Looks good, but spout breaks off easily.AnnAlthough this looks great, the spout keeps coming off and makes a mess. Not sure if it is just the one I bought or a design flaw. Unfortunately, I will not be able to use it and it was a perfect fit in the Runnig tray.1
DIY BOTTLEYolandaLove this bottle for DIY it looks so high end5
GoodRubyIt is good5
Soap DispenserPamelaI keep this on the kitchen counter by the sink. It's made of some kind of plastic so it won't break as I am very clumsy when I have wet hands! Works perfectly for me.5
Great soap dispenserFranciscoGreat soap dispenser5
Soap dispenserConniePerfect for keeping next to sink. Buy jumbo bottles of liquid dish or hand soap to save money or avoid excess packaging, (I use mine for dish soap) and decant into this pump bottle to keep just the right amount handy.5
Soap DispenserDawnLooks good works well5
DispenserLisaWorks better than expected.5
Good sellerCarlosGood seller5
Soap dispenserHarueI usually donโ€™t buy plastic but for 3 dollars why not try and Iโ€™m glad that I did itโ€™s same color as my kitchen faucet and works great and looks good4
Affordable and helpful DIY trick makes it greatAngelI got this for my kitchen sink it was all plastic and very cheap. I bought an expensive one from Target for my bathroom and it started rusting so this purchase was a win-win wether it held up or not solely because of the price. Yes, the nozzle does pop off EXTREMELY easily and very often. However, after a couple of months of getting annoyed with this, I just took the nozzle out and rub a little bit of superglue around the base of the nozzle, stuck back in and, viola, 6 months later it hasn't popped off since.5
Not made very wellโ€” nozzleSueNot made very wellโ€” nozzle pops off easily.2
Great for Liquid dish washing soap.ThomasI use one for dishwashing soap the other for lotion next to each other.5
Looks nice but cheapMartinaVery flimsy2
Final touch for Guest BathroomGraceLooks like ceramic soap dispenser. Good black additional touch!5
RINNIG Soap dispenser, gray, 15 oz

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