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# 2020 Pump the Shailah
Q. My one use hand soap pumps which turn the soap in to a foam, on Shabbos?

A. On question 997 regarding the use of liquid soap and soap that changes from liquid to foam on Shabbos, we wrote: "Remoh (O.H. 326: 10) prohibits using solid soap that dissolves into the water used for washing since it involves creating a new presence and this constitutes “nolad,” (born.)
Nolad refers to things that come into existence on Shabbos, for example breaking ice in order to produce water prohibited by the Talmud (Shabbos 51b.) Sefer Hat’rumah and Remoh, (318: 16 – see M”B 320: 35) explain that the reason is creating a new being.
Other Poskim prohibit because of “memachek” or smoothing which is one of the thirty nine melochos or labours forbidden on Shabbos.
Yechave Daas (2:50 ) permits the use of a bar of soap, because the user has no intention of changing anything; he only intends to clean what he is washing. However, Igrois Moshe (O.H. 1: 113) is stringent in the use of even liquid soaps that can be further diluted. Similarly, Rivavos Efraim (8: 154) follows his opinion.
Most Poskim maintain the prohibition on solid bar soaps but permit the use of free flowing liquid soaps, including the foam or bubbles unintentionally created.(Aruch Hashulchan 326: 11, Ketzos Hashulchan 146: 32, Bris Olam – Memachek 5, Beer Moshe 8: 248, Shemiras Shabbos Kehilchaso 14: 16, and 12: 7, et. al.)
Horav Shlomo Miller’s Shlit’a opinion is that free flowing or diluted liquid soap is permitted when needed."
However, in regards to soap pumps that are made with the specific intention of pumping out the bottled liquid soap in a foam mode, the opinion of the Rov, is to be stringent, unless it is needed for the ill.

Rabbi A. Bartfeld as revised by Horav Shlomo Miller Shlit'a


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