We don’t always have access to soap and water, and hand sanitizers can be harsh and smell like alcohol. To keep your hands clean while you are on the go, we have Soap in Seconds, a foaming hand soap that requires no rinsing and keeps your hands smelling fresh.
Soap in Seconds is a foaming soap and water formula that you can bring with you anywhere. Each can contains up to 250 hand washes. Use Soap in Seconds wherever you go—work, auto, school, camping, boating, tailgating, etc.
Basic soap and water have been the preferred way to prevent the spreading of germs and viruses for hundreds of years. The CDC continues to tout that washing your hands is the best way to prevent spreading germs and to stay clean.
Learn more about the science behind soap vs. hand sanitizer. See for yourself why Soap in Seconds is a better choice for you and your family.
With Soap in Seconds, you know that you always have access to soap and water—no matter where you are! Soap in Seconds keeps hands clean on the go!
Don’t get caught eating outdoors with messy hands! Keep a can of Soap in Seconds with you so your next picnic isn’t a potential hazard to your health.
Don’t let dirty hands overshadow your next tailgating event. Cheer on your favorite teams with yummy food and clean, germ-free hands.
Don’t let messy jobs lead to messy hands! Having Soap in Seconds nearby will allow you to quickly clean up after any dirty job.
Munching on snacks during sporting events is something we all enjoy! But do you enjoy eating your snacks with grimy hands? Bring Soap in Seconds to keep your snackin’ hands clean!
At The Gas Pump
At The Gas Pump
Hundreds of people touch the handle and number pad at the gas pump every day. Wash away the germs you might pick up by keeping a can of Soap in Seconds in your car!
Sending time out in the woods can be cleansing for the soul, but you need a way to keep your hands clean, too! Bring your can of Soap in Seconds for an efficient way to keep clean while camping.
- Cleaning at work
- Cleaning the car
- Sanitation while camping
- Keeping hands clean at kids sporting events
- Cleaning the kitchen or bathroom
- Cleaning golf clubs on the links
- Sanitation at a picnic or tailgate
- Cleaning dorm rooms
- Keeping hands clean on boats
- Storing in backpacks or purses for any on-the-go cleanliness needs
- Shake can well
- Twist cap into the open position
- Spray golf-ball sized amount of foam onto hands or surface
- Rub in well
- Rinse (optional)
- Dry hands or surface