DO IT YOURSELF ENTRYPURPOSE: To provide a stable holder for liquid soap pump bottles used by people with upper extremity, grasping, or fine motor disabilities, arthritis, or use of one hand. This artzicle, part of a chapter entitled "Bathroom & Washing Up," provides illustrated step-by-step instructions with a detailed materials list for making a simple holder to enable the user to dispense liquid soap from a pump-style container without holding or grasping the bottle. MATERIALS: 1 x 3 inch piece of wood, three inches long; two 1 x 3 inch pieces of wood, 4.5 inches long; two quarter-inch dowels, 5 inches long; 2 quarter-inch dowels, 4.5 inches long; four ornamental knobs or beads with quarter-inch holes; four 1.25-inch long brads; waterproof or polyurethane paint; stencils or other decorations; silicone tub and tile sealer. TOOLS: Drill, saw, and sandpaper. SKILLS REQUIRED: Basic carpentry skills. AUTHOR: Greenstein, D. TITLE: Liquid Soap Caddy. BOOK: Easy Things to Make to Make Things Easy: Simple Do-It-Yourself Home Modifications for Older People & Others with Physical Limitations. REF: Cambridge, Massachusetts: Brookline Books: p 10-11. PAGES (including cover) 3. 1997.