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Bar soap applicator

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ZANE

10-12-2017 19:00:02




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I just invented a bar soap holder applicator that you hold in your hand and press a bar of soap onto it. It is about the same size of a bar of soap and is battery powered. It spins the bar of soap so you don't have to rub the bar of soap onto the bath cloth. Just hold the soap against the bath cloth and presto it's all soaped up. You know how you can never get to use all the bar of soap once it gets too thin to hold easily??? Well with this device you can use it till it's all gone! Now don't any of you copy cats get the idea of starting making knock offs of it because if you do my lawyers and I will sue you! I always wanted to get rich and that might just be the easiest way to accomplish it.

Zane

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Tim Ploughnman Daley

10-14-2017 01:44:00




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
I already have my own soap applicator -her name is Lisa.... ; > )

Tim Daley(MI)



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davyfireball

10-13-2017 17:53:11




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
do you think you could make it so it runs off the power take off?



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Dune Country

10-13-2017 14:35:07




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
somebody's bored :lol:



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Flatheadpete

10-13-2017 06:42:07




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
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Because we're manly men...though I do appreciate the pleasant scent of orange blossoms.



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Flatheadpete

10-13-2017 06:41:22




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
Because we're manly men! Though I, for one, do enjoy the pleasant aroma of orange blossoms...



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L.Fure

10-13-2017 02:58:15




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
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In Europe its called a bidet (bid-ay). The expensive ones use warm water.



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L.Fure

10-13-2017 02:46:57




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
Why not use liquid hair and body soap? :roll:



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Roger in Iowa

10-13-2017 00:00:46




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
You could invent a machine to apply the toilet paper. That might have better reception in the market place ;) .



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obwan

10-12-2017 19:25:07




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to ZANE, 10-12-2017 19:00:02  
Zane Thang Part Deux. Be careful kiddies, order the wrong thing and you'll never get your hydraulics right but it will definitely be clean.



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ratface

10-13-2017 11:15:57




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 Re: Bar soap applicator in reply to obwan, 10-12-2017 19:25:07  
Is there a rope version?



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