Bath Essentials For Men: Recycled Jack Daniel’s Bottle Soap Dispenser

Ever wondered what useful things you can do with the dozens of whiskey bottles you've emptied during those many lonely nights over the years?  Well, someone apparently did and they turned it into these Recycled Jack Daniel's Soap Dispensers.

Made by Lauren Ashley, the whole process seems simple.  Empty out the bottles, replace the contents with liquid soap, remove the original caps and replace them wtih pump caps.  Voila -- you've got yourself arguably the manliest, most macho soap dispenser any hardcore whiskey drinker can buy.

Rather than use a large liter-bottle, the Recycled Jack Daniel's Bottle Soap Dispenser uses those smaller 200 ml bottles of the popular whiskey brand -- the kind you drink alone while sobbing at night wondering why your girlfriend went crazy and left you that cold afternoon last month.  Or something like that.  Each bottle comes filled with neutral fruit-scented hand soap for washing your hands after doing your dirty deeds in the bathroom.

Since Jack Daniel's (or whatever your choice of spirits is), liquid hand soap refills, and pump caps are readily available from most local stores, we're guessing you can build yourself one of these if you're looking for a quick project to busy yourself with.

Bonus: you get a legit, productive reason to give the wife for getting plastered at least one time.

If you'd rather buy stuff, of course, you can get the Recycled Jack Daniel's Bottle Soap Dispenser from Lauren Ashley's e-commerce store, priced at $15.

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5 Responses

  1. Aaron

    Very cool idea, I don’t know if I’ve ever bought the 200ml bottles, but I might have to buy a couple now! Next concern, finding soap that looks like whiskey AND smells good.

  2. Phid

    Makes me think that it would be hard to replicate the exact color of JD using soap. The liquid soaps I can think of would be too orange.

  3. Sarah

    I agree. The etsy seller had it pretty close but I ended up buying the jd dispenser without soap (cheaper anyway). They also had a jagermeister one which I put green soap in (yes I know jager isn’t green, but where the hell do you find black soap??).


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