Otetepon Push Stamp - Hand Washing Training Tool for Children
No matter whether or not there's a raging pandemic going on, the cold / flu season has started, or it's just another old-fashioned, normal day where germs, bacteria, viruses, and other nasties come into contact with our hands, washing those hands properly is always going to be an effective way to fight back. Thankfully, adults are being taught for the first time on proper hand washing techniques using soap and water by obnoxious attention-seeking celebrities online and fear-mongering cable news anchors on tv, so we're pretty much well educated on the matter now, but I don't think little kids fully grasp the importance of washing their hands just yet. There's an ingenious new solution though.
This cool new Otetepon Push Stamp from Japan is a unique hand washing training tool for children that stamps their hands with a harmless food color ink that looks like a little germ monster, which can then only be removed by scrubbing their hands with soap and water for approximately 30 seconds. This convenient visual aid is a great way for them to learn that quick rinses alone will not remove the nasty germs from their hands and they might just have some fun doing it at the same time. It's self-inking, so all you have to do is push it onto their hands, is good for up to 1000 stamps, and comes in either a blue or pink germ monster. Hmm, maybe everybody needs to be using these right now just in case?