Helping Toddlers Wash Their Hands

Every so often, I come across a product so clever that I would often pat my head and utter, “Why didn’t I think of that?”  Aqueduck faucet extender is one of those ingenious products.  It’s designed to fit on most conventional bathroom faucet.

As toddlers become more independent, they want to wash their own hands.  The biggest challenge is how far setup a faucet is.   My sister got one for my son when he was 2 going on 3.  He’s able to step on a stool and turn on water by himself.  It’s available on Amazon and often is featured by Kidsteals.com.

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It’s truly a simple and elegant solution!

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