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simplehuman 22 oz. Square Push Pump with Caddy, Clear Soap Dispenser, Chrome
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- Removable caddy conveniently stores a sponge
- Precision pump lever for smooth/easy dispensing
- Wide opening for easy refills
- 5-year warranty
- Use simplehuman soap for optimum pump performance
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The simplehuman square push pump features a precision lever engineered for precise, effortless dispensing. Includes a removable caddy to conveniently store a sponge.
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Day to day life has room for improvement. That's the basic thinking behind simplehuman. Many activities in our daily routine are so basic that we take them for granted. Washing our hands, cleaning up after a meal, grooming and prepping our appearance. Through innovation and new technologies, we find ways to streamline these simple tasks. We call our products tools for efficient living.
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Top customer reviews
How sure am I of this, I am very sure, I have had that handl replaced more than once, and I have bought more than one of these pumps. Isn't this crazy, the best soap pump you can buy is designed to fail after a certain amount of time passes. That time varies according to the kind of soap you pump, very mild soaps wil last a little longer, but if you use Dawn, that time is shortened a lot. That is why mine failed withitn the weqarranty period, I use Dawn in my pump.
I just spent a little time using a metal punch to push the pun out, and I replaced it with a stainless steel screw with a stainless Nyloc nut on the other side. The screw was the perfect size, and that pump will last much longer than the original design would have allowed.
This is very typical of corporate America, they make products that are designed to eventually fail. How else can they keep money flowing into the company to pay the bills?
HOWEVER... Like Joseph M., the pin in the joint of the pump started failing (or the plastic around the pin). So, motivated by his fix with the stainless screw, I did a similar fix, using a hammer and nail to get out the original pin, then replaced original pin with some jacketed 12/2 Soild NM-B Wire I had lying around. Works great. Copper wire, so won't rust. Bent ends around. Thanks to Joseph M. for the idea!
I have contacted Simplehuman from their website https simplehuman (dot) com / support / pump / push-pump / gp-kt1159 to ask about a replacement pump head since this product carries a 5-year warranty. We'll see what they say. Right now, I guess I should give it 2 stars, but I'll keep three assuming the company will replace the head, and assuming the process for dealing with this is smooth.
The pump- In theory, this pump is very nice. It has a high capacity. It is very easy to press. The problem is that soap leaks from around the outside of the pump and lid. About once a week, I have to run water over the pump and wash it off. It is rather embarrassing when guests are over. At its best, it looks sleek with perhaps a bit of splashed detergent. At its worst, it looks like it is bleeding soap. I don't use weird soaps for my dishes. I use Original Dawn. I haven't been able to figure out what is malfunctioning that would cause such gross leakage.
The caddy- My problem with the caddy is, as has been mentioned in multiple reviews, that there are no holes in the bottom for drainage. Sponges are gross. If your sponge isn't already gross, it will be after it has sat in dirty water. This is why it is nice to have a place to allow the sponge to dry. I have been meaning to drill holes in the bottom of the sponge holder to fix the problem myself and recommend it to anybody who has this product.
I'm back on the market now looking for a new soap dispenser.