Now how many times a day does your child actually wash their hands?
I’m guessing those numbers aren’t the same, if your home is anything like mine. Part of the problem with getting everyone to wash their hands is that it’s a two-person job. My kids are getting older, but there are still so many things that I have to either do for them or help with. Hand-washing is one of those things…until now!
Thanks to our friends at Peachy and the Aqueduck, my oldest (age 3) is now able to wash his hands on his own! It’s a task he takes very seriously, turning on the water, getting the soap (though I need a helpful product to help him get the soap out!), scrubbing, rinsing, and drying.
Here’s how the Aqueduck Faucet Extender helps kids reach faucets: this small, phthalate-, BPA-, and PVC-free design fits most faucets, creating a lovely waterfall to help kids wash their hands! It’s flexible, portable, and inexpensive enough to have one in every bathroom of your home. It couldn’t be simpler to use! You can read the official 3-step instructions for use here. The Aqueduck comes in pink or aqua and includes a matching tattoo for your child!
What I love about this product is that unlike so many other child-friendly products, it doesn’t hinder normal use in any way. I have a product that goes over the tub faucet to prevent bumped heads during bathtime but it has to be removed to use the shower. The Aqueduck simply enhances the design of your faucet to help little ones use it!
**Disclosure Statement** The Playdate Crashers received this product at no cost from Peachy Co. in exchange for an honest review. We were not required to write a positive review and no guarantees of a rave review were made; these thoughts are our very own. If you are interested in having The Playdate Crashers review your product, let’s talk!