Kids touch some yucky stuff. Boogers, dirt, germy toys, and pretty much anything they’re not supposed to touch. With dirty hands like that, hand washing is absolutely necessary, especially once the accident-prone world of potty training begins. I don’t know about you, but picking my kids up to wash their hands gets quite old, and I am not a fan of the space a step stool takes up in my already cramped bathroom. I figured I was doomed to either deal with the bulk of a stool or resolve to start lifting dumbbells in order to build enough muscle to lift my chunkers up to wash their hands.
Fear not, Aqueduck is here! Why didn’t I think of this product? The concept is simple. Don’t bring your kids to the water, bring the water to the kids! Aqueduck is a simple faucet extender that creates a little waterfall that lets your kids reach the stream of water. How smart is that?!
I love that the Aqueduck is so portable, too. If I wanted, I could easily slide it off of the bathroom faucet and bring it with me on vacation or move it to a different sink. It’s such a clever product, and it just makes so much sense! I’ve gotten rid of the step stool in our bathroom and now we just use the Aqueduck. My 2 year old can easily wash his own hands! The sense of independence this gives him is so awesome. He loves that he’s a big boy when it comes to bathroom trips!
You can purchase an Aqueduck from Peachy Co. for $12.99 in either pink or blue!
Peachy Co. has generously offered one Aqueduck to a lucky Freckleberry Finds reader!
I’m going to use Rafflecopter for the entry method for this giveaway instead of the traditional comments. It’s a new program, so please leave me some feedback in the comments! Do you love it? Hate it? Have ideas to make it better? Let me know with a comment!