Saturday, April 28, 2012

Product Review: Aqueduck Faucet Extender

Early in March Ayara was given a beautiful Baby Shower. One of the gifts she received was a fire engine red, super sassy potty. Since it's being stored in the bathroom, where the boys have only recently gained access due to some necessary child-proofing, you can imagine they're ├╝ber interested in it.  

Since the boys are already intrigued by the potty, we figured now is a perfect time to introduce potty training!
As if we don't have enough going on already.

BUT... Along with mastering the potty comes mastering hand washing. Lucky for us we were sent an insanely convenient, genius product to help introduce the boys to good hand hygiene.

The smart people over at PeachyCo.Com created a product called the Aqueduck Faucet Extender. It's a simple device that fits easily over most faucets in order to make hand washing easier for kids who can't quite reach on their own.

The Results:
With the addition of a bright colored faucet extender over the already interesting and shiny sink, the boys were eager to get their hands wet! Pun intended. I slid that puppy on and away we went lathering and rinsing like pros. While one boy was "playing" the other was practically begging to get up.
My still-recovering-from-childbirth self thinks: "now would be a good time to invest in a stool!" 

What I loved:
*The simple design is quick and easy to "install"
*The extender grips the faucet tight so I don't have to worry about making a mess
*It does it's job without changing the function of the sink for others
*The boys love it!

What I want:
*More color options
They do come in pink, blue, and gray, but how neat if there were patterns and textures to match any bathroom decor!

Check out Peachy for yourself! At $12.99 this creative necessity is surely affordable; besides, isn't instilling a love for hand-washing in your children kind of... priceless?

I received a faucet extender for review. I was not compensated in any other way. The opinions expressed in this post are 100% original. Photographs used with permission.

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