Foaming Hand Soap

How Foaming Hand Soap Saves Product Costs

The consumption of hand soap has increased in the past few years as the emphasis on hand washing to fight germs that can cause illness has boosted the public’s awareness of proper hand hygiene. At the same time, facility managers are pressured to control their budgets. Since hand soap is one of the largest consumable line items in a restroom maintenance budget, Kutol Products Company has crunched the numbers and offers this free Restroom Budget Control E-Guide: How Foaming Hand Soap Saves Product Costs.

Included in this E-Guide are a number of comparisons between traditional liquid hand soap and foam hand soap including usage per hand wash, cost per hand wash, and how many hand washes a 1000 mL refill will provide.

“In an effort to control costs, it is easy to make a simple switch in hand soap and realize significant savings,” points out Dan Renner, director of marketing for Kutol Products Company. “However, many facility managers are not aware how much this simple change can benefit their bottom line. This E-Guide clearly highlights the product use and cost differences between liquid hand soap and foam hand soap, no matter what brand is being used.”

The E-Guide also provides a detailed break-down of savings when considering various building capacities and user traffic.  As an example, a high school with a student body of 1,000 can save over $2,100 in just one school year by switching from liquid hand soap to foaming hand soap. For a school district of 10,000 students, those savings can add up to over $21,000.