I've become a bigger fan of touchless gadgets as I get older, especially with the rather large universal design movement.
There will surely be some of my hardcore eco friends that will jump on my for showcasing a paper towel dispenser, but just about everyone uses paper towels(even me, though I've cut back).
In addition to ease of use, a touch less paper towel dispenser will all but prevent any potential for cross-contamination. With the recent food safety scares, the last thing we want to do in our own kitchen is spread germs and bacteria around.
That's where the CLEANCut Touchless Dispenser comes in. I've seen one of these in action and have to admit that its on my list of wanted gadgets.
It helps that it's not a complete design disaster. Check out this short video on how it works... You can use any kind of paper towel!
It seems to me that with the adjustable cut lengths that you could save quite a bit of paper towels just because not all tasks require a large amount.
What do you think? Design do or don't? Would you have one?
I'd love to have one, too.ReplyDelete
That is indeed, convenient and easy to use.
I liked watching the video post, appreciate it much. Thanks for sharing.