Mum praises B&M's £1.50 singing Trolls soap for getting kids to wash their hands amid coronavirus outbreak

THANKS to the coronavirus outbreak, it's now more important than ever for our kids to be thoroughly washing their hands.

But although it might sound simple enough, mums will know this is no small task.

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That said, B&M is selling a £1.50 Trolls soap that might make getting our kids to wash their hands that bit easier.

And the best part is, it actually SINGS.

Posting on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, one mum wrote: "B&M has this Trolls hand wash in today.

"Ideal for kids – especially with all this Coronavirus going round and it sings."

When you push down the lever, the soap dispenser starts playing the song Get Back Up Again from the movie Trolls 2.

In other words, the kids might just start looking forward to washing their hands again.

What's more, the catchy tune is another way you can monitor they're cleaning their hands for the full 20 seconds.

Needless to say, other mums are now desperate to bag the soap in B&M.

  • Dreamworks Trolls Singing Hand wash 250 ml, from Amazon – see here

One replied: "Kids will love this! They may wash their hands more whilst having a little boogie."

Another added: "AMAZING. Sod the kids – I want it for me."

Meanwhile, a third added: "We had the baby shark and now got this, kids love it."

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