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Every pet-parent knows that our furry friends are so much more than pets, they’re family. That means our homes should be just as comfortable and safe for them as the rest of the household. Although pets are experts at making themselves comfortable in nearly any environment, there is one room in the house that is almost universally disliked, the bathroom. Our beloved pets will do just about anything to avoid having a bath and although a lot of this has a lot to do with simply getting wet, your bathroom could be making the process even more stressful on them. It all comes down to ease of use and most bathrooms simply aren’t built with pets in mind. If you have to awkwardly pick up your pet to get them into your bathtub, use buckets of water to rinse them off, and release them only to slip across the bathroom floor, this article is for you. These simple tips can make your bathroom safer and more comfortable for your pet without sacrificing style.

1. Easy-entry Shower: For those of us with medium to large dog breeds, an easy-entry shower is an absolute must. Dogs don’t like to be picked up at the best of times, let alone when they know they’re about to have a bath. A walk-in shower allows them to walk in (or be guided) without the stress of being picked up. It also makes it easier on those of us who struggle with picking up our pups while aligning with the minimalistic bathroom trend, making it a win for the entire family.

2. Detachable Showerhead: A detachable showerhead is a necessity for every pet owner. A bucket or pitcher simply cannot compare to the ease of rinsing off your pet with a detachable showerhead. It allows you to more evenly rinse off mud and shampoo (especially on their belly) and feels a lot better than getting bombarded by a bucket of water. Detachable shower heads also make clean up a breeze, in the very likely case that your furry friend shakes mud all over the shower before you’ve had a chance to rinse them off! Just make sure that you buy a shower head with a long enough attachment to reach underneath your pet. That means someone with a tiny Chihuahua or cat will need a much longer attachment than someone with a Great Dane.

3. Shower Squeegees: Mildew, water spots and other build-up can end up making your shower look dingy. After giving your furry friend a bath, you can cut back on scrubbing time by swiping your shower clean with a Squeegee. Check out our range of Squeegees that will ensure you won't miss a spot.

4. Non-Slip Coating: Every pet owner knows that their furry friend doesn’t particularly like bath time all that much. More often than not, it’s a battle of the wills and we’re not afraid to admit that sometimes we lose. If you have a squirmer on your hands (especially a large one), you may want to look into adding a non-slip coating to your floors. Unfortunately, dogs have a hard time gripping tile or hardwood even while completely dry, add in a bit of water and there’s an accident waiting to happen. A non-slip coating or textured material in the bathroom will prevent your pet from experiencing any anxiety-inducing bath time injuries, keeping them safe and happy.

5. Durable Flooring: When remodeling your bathroom with your pet in mind, it’s crucial to pick a durable flooring. There’s enough going on during bath time without the added worry of your pet ruining your new floors. A few of our favorite pet-friendly materials include vinyl, engineered tile, porcelain, and ceramic tiles. They’re all water and scratch-resistant and are available in a wide range of styles, so you won’t have to sacrifice your style for the sake of your pet – although they’d definitely be worth it!

Regardless of whether you’re a cat or dog person, every pet owner would agree they’d do almost anything to keep them safe. If you ask us, keeping them in mind during household renovations is the least we can do to pay them back for their constant love and affection.

When it comes to shopping for a bathroom dispenser, it’s important to select a finish that complements your existing bathroom design. Choosing the wrong finish can make your new dispenser stand out – and not in a good way. At Better Living, we know that everyone has their own unique style, which is why our lineup of dispensers are available in seven different finishes. Although we truly believe that there’s no wrong choice amongst our carefully curated finishes, some will naturally suit your bathroom design better than others. So, before you give the gift of organization this holiday season (whether to yourself or someone else), read on to find out more about our finishes to ensure the perfect pairing!

Black, White & Grey: Let’s start with the basics. Whether it’s a little black dress or a modern bathroom fixture, you simply can’t go wrong with black. It’s classic, sleek, and modern, which means it will coordinate with virtually any bathroom décor. Regardless of whether you want your dispenser to stand out in a sea of white or blend in with existing black accents, our black CLEVER Shower Dispenser and FOAMING Soap Dispenser have you covered.

If you’d prefer your dispenser to blend into its surroundings, our white options may be more up your alley. Available in our CLASSIC, CLEVER, ULTI-MATE, UNO/DUO/TRIO, CLEAR CHOICE, and FOAMING models, white dispensers seamlessly blend in with your existing white fixtures and finishes. An added bonus of selecting a white model is that it conveniently hides any residual soap scum, so you can clean less and still enjoy a sleek, modern design.

The last in our line of neutrals is grey, an ideal middle ground if you’re having a hard time choosing between black and white. While not as bold as black, our FOAMING Soap Dispenser in grey provides a pop of contrast without blending into the background. When paired with a crisp white countertop, it’s one of our absolute favourite combinations!

Brushed Nickel, Satin Silver, Satin Nickel & Chrome: Next up, we have our dazzlers; brushed nickel, satin silver, satin nickel, and chrome. Although they may all sound similar, we can assure you that they have subtle differences that can make a big difference in your bathroom design.

Our brushed nickel finish is exclusively available in our LINEA Luxury Dispenser line. This high-end, muted nickel finish mimics the luxurious design of the LINEA and naturally elevates your shower experience with spa-like vibes.

While our satin silver and nickel finishes are comparable, we like to think of satin silver as the quieter, more muted cousin of satin nickel. Our satin nickel finish is a bit shinier, but not quite as flashy as chrome. So, if you’re debating between satin silver and chrome, satin nickel is the perfect combination of the two. Our AVIVA and UNO/DUO/TRIO dispensers are available in satin silver, while our satin nickel finish is exclusively part of our ULTI-MATE dispenser line.

In contrast to its subtle cousins, chrome is definitely the attention seeker of all the Better Living finishes. Its high-gloss, appliance-like sheen is available in our AVIVA, CLEAR CHOICE, and UNO/DUO/TRIO dispenser lines. Much like stainless-steel appliances, our chrome dispensers complement every bathroom design. Even if your bathroom is tired and outdated, a little bling can bring it back into the 21st century.

Whether you’re a fan of neutrals or prefer a bit sheen, we’ve got you covered. Our carefully curated selection of dispensers provides convenient organization without compromising on style. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!
  1. Use a sharp serrated knife to slice the silicone and tape between the Dispenser and the wall.
  2. The unit will now pull away from the wall.
  3. You can clean up any residual silicone with paint thinner.
  4. If you require a new installation kit, please contact our customer service team.

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Check to see if the pump is primed.

Follow these simple steps to ensure your pump is primed properly:

  1. Push button in.
  2. While holding the pump button in...
  3. Place your finger over the spout of the pump to block the airflow up into the pump. (This creates a partial vacuum in the pump chamber, when the button is released).
  4. Keep your finger over the spout and release the pump button.
  5. Remove your finger from the spout.
  6. Repeat steps 1 - 5 until you have a continuous flow of liquid. (This may take several cycles, especially when using very thick liquids).
If you have been using the dispenser for a while with no problems, liquid may have coated the inside of pump chamber. Unscrew the pump from the bottle and flush with warm water. Put the pump back on the bottle; be sure to prime the pump again.

For first time use or after refilling, the pump will need to be primed. First ensure your Dispenser has been filled and then turn the unit on. To begin priming, position your hand directly beneath the spout – in close proximity to the sensor area. This will trigger the dispensing cycle. Repeat activating the dispensing cycle until a smooth stream of liquid begins to come out. Due to various thicknesses of liquid soaps, it will be necessary for you to repeat this step 6 – 12 times until soap begins to dispense.

TIP: Use the highest volume setting while priming, or if your dispenser is equipped with a continuous flow button, turn this function on to help facilitate the process until liquid begins to dispense.

  • Do not put under running water. For cleaning, use a damp cloth and always wipe dry.
  • Ensure the unit is OFF prior to handling.
  • To avoid unnecessary dispensing, be aware of the sensor area.
  • Your Touchless Dispenser is not suitable for high traffic public areas.

Important:
XL & TOUCHLESS Soap Dispensers
Do not fill with soap that contains any abrasives (including mouthwash); do not fill with creams that are very thick or heavy; do not use any liquids containing exfoliates or microbeads; do not fill with any sort of foaming soap. 

FOAMA Touchless Soap Dispenser
Do not fill with exfoliants.
Do not use with mouthwash, or liquid soaps with granules, abrasives, or microbeads. Traditional liquid soaps must be diluted. Refer to the Mixing Guide in the instruction manual. Do not fill with thick fluids or lotion. For best results, use pre-formulated foaming soaps.  

For assistance, please contact our customer service team.

Toll Free Telephone Number: 1-800-487-3300

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday

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Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here

Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS XL Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here

Full instructions for activation of your FOAMA Touchless Soap Dispenser are available Here. 


Congratulations on your purchase of The Touchless Dispenser™.

Model numbers 70181, 70190 & 70125 each have a 1 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty and are guaranteed to be free of manufacturing defects for a period of 1 year from the original date of purchase.

Better Living Products will replace the entire unit of any component deemed by the company to be defective in manufacture, at no charge, during the warranty period. Shipping is extra.
Any damage caused by misuse or mishandling is not covered by this warranty. The company makes no warranty, expressed or implied, except as above. Warranty applies to original purchaser only and must be supported by original sales receipt.


Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here.

Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS XL Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here.

Some liquid soaps and sanitizers may slowly dry up and clog the nozzle, especially with light or very occasional use. If you’ve noticed the flow speed is decreasing and the batteries are all fresh from the same pack, we recommend trying a gel type hand soap available from several major brands. Hand soap gels flow consistently and resist drying out internally, which can cause build up or clogs.

If a hand sanitizing gel is too thick to pump reliably, it can be thinned with a small amount of 70% rubbing alcohol. To preserve the effectiveness of hand sanitizer, only use 70%+ alcohol to thin hand sanitizers.

If the dispenser has sat unused for some time and completely clogged, use a paperclip to ensure there are no blockages inside the nozzle. Filling and priming the dispenser with rubbing alcohol may be necessary to clear stubborn clogs. The unit may need to rest for several hours to allow the rubbing alcohol to reach and completely loosen the clog.

Consult your product user guide for specific instructions to help clear clogs while protecting the unit from damage.

Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS Dispenser are available Here.

Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS XL Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here.

Please read the instructions specific to your model prior to operating your Touchless Soap Dispenser for a trouble-free set up. When first inserting batteries, always use new, matching batteries that are all from the same package.

TOUCHLESS & TOUCHLESS XL Soap Dispensers
First, make sure you have inserted the proper working batteries correctly in your Touchless Dispenser. Follow the directions provided in our instruction guide on how to turn on your model. If you are following the directions carefully and your Touchless Dispenser still will not turn on, try removing and re-inserting the batteries and double check that the polarities (+/-) are correct.

FOAMA Touchless Soap Dispenser
If FOAMA will not turn on, ensure the batteries and battery chamber are dry and free of corrosion. If liquid enters the battery chamber, wipe out all liquid and leave dissembled to air dry. New batteries may be required.

Important: Do not get water or any other liquid into the battery compartment as this will damage the unit and void the warranty.


Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here.

Full instructions for activation of your TOUCHLESS XL Soap & Sanitizer Dispenser are available Here.

Liquid hand soaps must be diluted with water. To minimize waste, mix a half bottle and then test the foam. Try 20% soap and 80% water. Adjust as necessary and ensure the underside of the pump is kept dry. Swirl bottle to mix, do not shake. Avoid using creamy soaps that tend to separate after dilution.

Ideally, the foam will hold its shape well without any large bubbles. Some small bubbles are okay. If the pump is sputtering and producing large bubbles with sticky foam, add about 20% more water and test again. It may be necessary to cycle water through the pump to clear out excess concentrated soap. If the foam seems light, frothy and doesn’t clean well, add a small amount of soap to give the foam more structure.

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