Step 1: Materials
You will need:
4 Soap dispensers(I got mine at the dollar store)
4 Soup cans (or some other container that your soap dispensers will fit into)
Hemp or twine
Step 2: Put It Together
Start by covering the (clean and empty)cans with glue, then wrapping the hemp around them as pictured above. Once they are dry, snugly wrap wrie around the base of one can and tie it off so it will stay in place, then bring the wire up and wrap it around the top as well and tie it off again. Cut the wire about 6 inches away from the tie off point and do the same with the rest of the cans.
When they are all wrapped bring them together and loop a piece of wire through the part that goes from bottom to top on each of them and twist it together until it's tight(see the pictures for clarity) and cut the excess so it doesn't stick out.
Now to make the handle; take the pieces that are sticking up in the air and twist them together, this isn't too hard with pliers. Try to make the twist even (it will make bending it uniformly much easier). Bend the twisted wires back down and twist them around themselves to make a loop, it will probably be lopsided but you can straighten it out with your hands/some pliers.
Obviously you can go another route, but I find this to be pretty easy and sturdy. The hemp helps keep the wire in place and makes the whole thing look nice without being too girly (which is important when you share a workshop with a guy).
Step 3: Add the Soap Dispensers
At first I made labels out of aluminum cans; they looked good but were kind of hard to read. So I decided to simplify and just write it on the bottles, nothing fancy but it works. This was my absolute best handwriting which is still subpar, but it looks alright. So if your penmanship is better it will probably look pretty good.
Once they are filled, place them in the caddy and go get your hands dirty with the peace of mind that you will be able to scrub off whatever you get on them.
Step 4: Uses
Dish Soap: Anything oil based such as motor oil, grease, lubricants, or animal fats.
Rubbing Alcohol: Many types of paint, super glue (I HATE getting that on my hands), some 2 part epoxies, odors, ink, many types of dye.
Pumice Scrub: Grime and anything that it really caked on.
Mineral Oil: Wood Stain, some kinds of paint, carpet glue, some 2 part epoxies, odors, industrial adhesives. (use dish soap to get the mineral oil off when your are done)