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Old 09-07-2009, 08:58 AM   #1
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Question Freezing Hand Soap?

My trailer came equipped with a liquid hand soap dispenser in the galley and bathroom. Am I correct in assuming that I should empty the soap reservoirs before storing the trailer in freezing weather?
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Probably. It depends on the amount and type of oil used to make the soap. The allegedly 'pure and natural' products harden up so much as to render the pump inoperable. Something like Dial liquid soap just turns into slush.


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