Wednesday, June 15, 2011

AqueDuck Faucet Extender Review

Getting kids to wash their hands is hard enough. But having to hold a squirming toddler up to try to reach a faucet way too far away just makes good hygiene harder than it needs to be.

I recently received an Aqueduck faucet extender for review from Peachy, LLC. This gadget is a handy tool for parents - makes hand washing easier for kids and fun too!


Aqueduck is so easy to use - remove from packaging and slide over the faucet. The soft lip of the Aqueduck fits just about any faucet type! Suddenly, the water pours out gently-down-the-stream, and voila! kids don't have to reach as far to wash their hands. Parents don't have to strain their back picking up a toddler. Stools don't have to be dragged around the bathroom! Hand-washing becomes a fun and easy activity (and you might just get to put that annoying in-the-way step stool in the closet!).

Placing the Aqueduck on your sink faucet should extend the water a good 3-4 inches, depending on your faucet and water pressure. The colors are fun and bright (and come in both blue and pink!). It's so lightweight and easy to install, that you could handily take the Aqueduck with you when you travel to keep the water flowing!

I think the Aqueduck is a great tool for parents! Check out how nicely the water flows out of my faucet and through the Aqueduck! When my son saw this he was immediately fascinated and wanted to wash his hands instead of play with the faucet handles. Because the water was farther away, and I wasn't having to lift him up so far, he wasn't (as) distracted by the handles and I could get him to scrub his hands clean!

Aqueduck retails for $12.99 - it's a great gift item for parents at showers or otherwise!

Thanks, Aqueduck!

Disclosure: This post was written for Family Review Network & Aqueduck who provided the complimentary product for review in exchange for my honest opinions.

3 comments:

Dwane Zelinsky said...

I've been meaning to get one of those water extenders, but I just could not find one in a home depot near our place. Thankfully, my father found one and gave it to me. It's a great tool because it helps maintain the steady flow of water coming out of our faucet.

Dwane Zelinsky

Althea Tumlin said...

Oh I agree! My kid and I always struggle every time I try to help him wash his hands until my mother gave me a faucet extender just like yours. My kid loves it. He now washes his hands all by himself. =)

Althea Tumlin

Darryl Iorio said...

It's really important for us to teach our little ones the value of regularly washing their hands. Funny that they are willing to do it more if they do it by themselves. This extender makes it easier for all of us.

Darryl Iorio