Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser.

Jack Daniels Soap Dispenser: Get Creative With Your Junk. Happy Thursday, everyone.

So how are you today? Fancy a spot of recycling?

What can I do with empty Jack Daniels bottles? Why not make it into a soap dispenser?

Transforming a Jack Daniels bottle into a stylish soap dispenser!

Discover the perfect blend of creativity and sustainability as we repurpose this iconic whiskey bottle into a unique bathroom accessory.

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser:

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser. How cool are the Jack Daniel bottles?

Too nice to chuck away!!

I have been painting my bathroom this week and finally getting around to making this fun and easy Jack Daniels soap dispenser with an empty Whisky bottle.

Step up your eco-friendly lifestyle with our recycled Jack Daniels bottle soap dispenser, adding a touch of rustic charm and functionality to your bathroom.

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser

How Do You Make A Jack Daniels Soap Dispenser Out Of A bottle?

Explore the perfect combination of upcycling and personal style in this one-of-a-kind creation. It is easier than you think. Oh so easy.

What You Need:

  • 1 empty bottle, I used a 70cl bottle of Jack Daniel’s washed out
  • A refill packet of liquid soap
  • 1 soap pump dispenser replacement pump (I used an old one off a bottle of soap but this one is not really long enough. You can pick a long one up on Amazon). Mine just means I have to keep topping it up when it gets low.

What To Do:

  1. Firstly, wash out and leave an old Whisky bottle to dry out.
  2. Lastly, pour the soap in and place the pump action lid on!!

Easy eh!?

I love this. It looks great and was oh so quick to make!!

The possibility a are endless as it does not have to be an old jack Daniels Bottle. It could be an old bottle of something else.

Great for the bathroom or a man cave!!

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser:

Recycled Jack Daniels Bottle Into A Soap Dispenser So what do you think? Fancy making this when you next Whisky bottle has been drank?

How do you use empty whiskey bottles?

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Soap Dispenser

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  1. 20 June 2023 / 17:18

    Love the simplicity of being able to use the bottle and no drilling needed! Power tools and I do not always get along so when I do not need to use them, we are A-OK! Thank you for sharing your inspiration Claire with Whimsy Home Wednesday!

    • 10 July 2023 / 22:20

      Thanks so much for stopping by.

  2. Margarett Murphy
    8 October 2015 / 17:49

    Cool idea! New one for me.

  3. Julie's Lifestyle
    6 October 2015 / 14:27

    I love that soap dispenser too. Have a nice week Claire and thanks for the party.

  4. Petite Silver Vixen
    5 October 2015 / 22:56

    Love the idea of this, says she as she gluggs down a bottle of vodka, to do something similar!

  5. Kezzie
    5 October 2015 / 21:50

    That is such a fun idea!!!! Clever and simple and eco-friendly esp if you made your own soap!x

  6. Shelbee On The Edge
    5 October 2015 / 20:17

    Great Blog Hop! Thanks for hosting.Shelbee

  7. robin lorraine williamson
    5 October 2015 / 14:18

    love the bottle craft and thanks for the party I always enjoy it.

  8. Elegance and Mommyhood
    5 October 2015 / 14:11

    I like re-purposing things and you did a great job doing o with the Jack Daniels bottle.

  9. My Rose Colored Shades
    5 October 2015 / 12:44

    Very cool soap dispenser idea. Love it!

  10. Rebecca
    5 October 2015 / 12:50

    Great DIY idea – thanks for sharing!!!!Rebecca

    5 October 2015 / 10:44

    that's so cool! I love this idea. I save wine bottles and such, so I'm keeping this idea in the back of my mind!elleSouthern Elle Style

  12. Coombe Mill
    5 October 2015 / 10:43

    This really made me chuckle, it is such a great upcycling idea and so easy, a perfect #Trash2Treasure idea and very creative!

  13. xinex
    5 October 2015 / 02:48

    What a neat idea! I love it!…Christine

  14. Donna Wirthlin
    4 October 2015 / 23:23

    Thanks for party! Have a good week!

  15. Julia Nyanyo
    4 October 2015 / 22:05

    Were the bottle top and soap top the same size? What great luck! I've seen people do something similar with preserving jars put that involves drilling holes in the top which kind of put me off – this looks super simple.

    • 6 October 2015 / 18:37

      Thanks Julia, the soap bottle pump was just slightly bigger but I used my old plastic soap dispenser, which only cost £1, years ago.. so lucky it fit.

  16. Spashionista Alicia Searcy
    4 October 2015 / 21:14

    I live fairly close to Lynchburg, and I don't think they've ever seen anything like this! You are definitely Creative! 🙂

  17. Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas
    4 October 2015 / 20:59

    Thanks so much for the party!!Hugs,Debbie

    • 5 October 2015 / 15:49

      Thanks for linking up Debbie.