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emy 03-07-2017 06:54 AM

Trickle Tray for my workshop sink
 
I've always had problem with slimy goo from soap. Often, the soap will be wet sitting in its juice for two to three days. I prefer soap to be dry anytime of the day rather than slimy. I found an article on trickle trays as an option for getting this problem fixed (http://www.dispenser.com/blog/organi...-trickle-tray/). It hangs well over the edge of the sink. Want suggestions on best trickle tray providers. I also have plans of upgrading my sink to trough sink or ones which are cost effective. Want expert guidance in this regard too.

R.DesJardin 03-07-2017 10:14 AM

I haven't looked for one since I have slimy soap sitting on the edge of the sink in the shop. But, I would bet the Dollar store would have these, or Walmart or whatever discount store you have locally. Should be stupid cheap no matter where you get it.

Asm109 03-07-2017 12:44 PM

Eons ago I had a plastic soap holder. It was oval with a bed of nails 1/4 inch long on each side.
Lots of holes between the spikes.
It allowed water to drain and kept the soap raised up so it dried quick.

Perfect project for somebody with a 3d printer...........

emy 03-20-2017 01:40 AM

Thanks for all your suggestions. I prefer to have my soap dry. I just feel irritated with slimy soap.

310kick 03-21-2017 01:40 AM

Try your local dollar store. You can pick them up cheap.


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