thedovetailjoint wrote: ↑Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:53 pm I have to admit that while I was impressed with Nick's approach to this project, I don't see the value of the product itself. My adult kids have made it clear to me that they and their generation think that bars of soap are disgusting and are just another antiquated thing that us old people use and do, like wearing wrist watches, having landlines and taking pictures of people other than ourselves and our food!
Then don't call it a soap saver. Call it a coaster for your cellular phone. Or call it shelf art. It does not matter.RFGuy wrote: ↑Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:59 pm Yeah, I can see your point. I enjoyed Nick's video, but I also wondered while watching it whether it would be as applicable today or not. I prefer bar soap myself, but I am sure I am in the minority. Antibacterial soaps aren't healthy and I am allergic to most liquid soaps, but those seem to be popular.
Who cares what others think of it as a soap saver. The main point is, it gets your butt off the sofa or easy chair (whatever you plant your butt on in front of the television), and gets you out in the shop doing something!
I think that's the whole point... Right?