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Soap Warmer

Makes shower time more comfortable.
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Don't you just hate it when you get into a nice warm, steamy shower and find your soap, shampoo or shower gel to be at absolute zero?

I propose a small heating cabinet, that could even be incorporated into a bathroom cabinet, which warms up your shower products to a bearable skin temperature.
silverstormer, Oct 26 2003


       vibrating soap? into a vibratin' phase at the moment
po, Oct 26 2003

       No comment ;)
silverstormer, Oct 26 2003

       or you could just heat your entire bathroom with central heating?
Ossalisc, Oct 26 2003

       We do have central heating, but alas the soap is still cold...Brings tears to my eyes just talking about it...
silverstormer, Oct 26 2003

       are we talking bars of soap here or the runny stuff?
po, Oct 26 2003

       Covers both bars of soap and the "runny stuff".
silverstormer, Oct 26 2003

       Granted that I live in Los Angeles where the temperature of the shower and the shampoo rarely differ by more than thirty degrees, but why don't you move your shampoo to a closer proximity to your shower's stream, so that it heats convectively?   

       Alternatively, you've seen those "No-Fog" shower mirrors that are installed with a flexible hot-water tubing to your shower head. Why not utilize the same idea and create a Foster's beer-can-sized receptacle/coil that would hold your shampoo bottle, shaving gel, and bar soap? It heats the contents up while the shower water warms up.
jurist, Oct 27 2003

       bar soap would melt - not a good thing.   

       funnily enough, I have been trying to contact you, jurist, to ask how hot things *are* in your neck of the woods.
po, Oct 27 2003

       here in the great white north we have heating radiators... I have a BIG one IN the shower! I leave the soap bottle on it and it is soooo nice. There are towel driers, too that would do the same thing. I like the microwave idea.
stringstretcher, Oct 27 2003

       Put your soap in a bag warmed by body heat. It can be in a foam-padded pillow in bed, and in clothing (bath robe?) when you’re awake. A pouch in a large dog’s bed would also work.
Amos Kito, Oct 27 2003

       I like the idea of the dog warming it; perhaps in a barrel around its neck.
silverstormer, Oct 27 2003

       Just don't:
a) Try and shower when your dog's gone out.
b) Let your dog rescue anyone from a snowdrift without changing the barrel.
c)Let your dog get at the soap. Run, everyone. Rabid dog!
squeak, Oct 28 2003

       This idea...more fun than a hole in your soap.
Eugene, Oct 30 2003

       I have a sharper image refridgerator/warmer that I keep in my bathroom. It ought to warm soap well.
Condiment, Oct 31 2003


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