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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap

@KatCat1I have been using Zum and like it better than Beekman.

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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap


@ibb38 wrote:

@nomless wrote:

@grammarqueen wrote:

Beekman does sell one soap dish for their huge 9" bars on their site, but it is $25, not spending that much! I've searched Amazon, but the largest I've seen is only 7" long. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks. 


 

 

Because the bar is 9" (wow, that's huge!), a standard 10" dinner plate would work.  My vanity is not large enough for such a large soap, but perhaps yours will be ok. 

 

Isn't a bar that large difficult to handle?  I probably would cur it into smaller piec3s.


@nomless @grammarqueen I use my netted dsonge  on the bar of soap- rather than soaping up directly !! Woman LOL


 

I see... makes sense. 

 

A stoneware or marble cheese board could work.

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@grammarqueen

 

They have some at Wayfair.

The Beekman Bars are about 4 x 2.5 so these should fit.

 

1'' H x 5.5'' W x 3.25'' D   $15.99

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0.75'' H x 5'' W x 4'' D   $19.99

 

Gedy by Nameeks Joy Soap Dish

1.1'' H x 3.15'' W x 4.8'' D   $28.99

 

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1'' H x 6'' W x 4'' D   $15.99

 

 

 

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i have my bar sitting in a small lock n lock container.

 

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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap

I don't know if anyone suggested this, but I cut the bars in thirds.  They are too big for my little hands!

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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap

 I don't use the larger bars on the sink, only in the shower. I found a soap dish with holes for drainage that sticks to the shower tile that the larger bars fit in. For the face, I use only their triple milk bars or the palm size Pure scent bars. I hear many people do cut them in half anyway. 

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This is the only travel size soap box that I have been able to find. I have several of them to keep the Beekman soap in when I open the bars. I don't keep it in the shower. I grab one before I shower.

I only found one place online to order them from that does not charge an arm/leg for. These things are not worth $5-$6 each. It's just a piece of plastic.

Mine are all clear or white. They used to sell them at Wal-Mart but now they only sell the 1 piece which the Beekman soap does not fit in.

These are made by American Comb.

 

#SB-3 2-Piece Travel Soap Box 7 oz.

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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap

when i cut large bar in half, it splits into pieces after a few uses......

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Re: I Can't Find Soap Dish Large Enough For Big Beekman 9" Bar Soap


@nomless wrote:

@ibb38 wrote:

@nomless wrote:

@grammarqueen wrote:

Beekman does sell one soap dish for their huge 9" bars on their site, but it is $25, not spending that much! I've searched Amazon, but the largest I've seen is only 7" long. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks. 


 

 

Because the bar is 9" (wow, that's huge!), a standard 10" dinner plate would work.  My vanity is not large enough for such a large soap, but perhaps yours will be ok. 

 

Isn't a bar that large difficult to handle?  I probably would cur it into smaller piec3s.


@nomless @grammarqueen I use my netted sponge  on the bar of soap- rather than soaping up directly !! Woman LOL


 

I see... makes sense. 

 

A stoneware or marble cheese board could work.


@nomless and actually now, after a few weeks of regular use- the bar of soap is a doable size for me to handle! Heart