Hello, everyone! It’s Michelle Savont!
I have worked intensively on the application of the SAVONT soap holder. I experimented and talked to customers, always looking for improvements. Now I want to tell you how to best handle the floating soap.
Always place the dry suction cup on a dry, smooth, flat surface in the sink or on a wall. For each new bar, gently press the magnetic plate firmly into the soap. Then wet the soap and lather it up so it can soften, especially around the magnetic plate. You can also press the soap into the magnetic plate to help seat it more firmly. Now you have to be patient and let the soap dry for one night! This creates a solid connection.
Always place the dry suction cup on a dry, smooth, flat surface in the sink or on dry, smooth tiles in the shower. Then, press the round metal plate gently and firmly into the soap bar. If the soap is rather hard, place the soap on a sponge soaked in water for one to two hours, then press the round metal plate into the soap. Now lather up the soap and push the metal plate down so that it is firmly embedded in the soap. Now you have to be patient and let the soap dry for one night! This creates a solid connection.
Then attach the soap onto the suction-cup part and just let the soap float. Now nothing stands in the way of a sensual, nurturing experience.
Of course, it can happen that the soap eventually peels off the plate when it gets too thin during normal use. In this case, just push the magnetic plate into the bar in a different location.
The SAVONT soap dish is a sustainable, durable product and therefore an integral part of my bathroom, my universe of well-being. When the soap is used up, clean the magnetic plate and use it with a new bar. The soap holder is best cleaned with a soft sponge.
Our new soap holders hold soaps up to 150g. That’s a lot. And if your bathroom became a bit more beautiful with the SAVONT soap holder, then take a picture of it and show it to us by posting it on Instagram using the #savont_moment hashtag.
See you soon!