How to Open a Public-Restroom Door
Exiting a public restroom can be tricky. Touching a doorknob or push-plate means you take a chance of picking up a lot of germs. If you use a paper towel, you have to find someplace to throw it away. Enter the Toeopener, a handy tool “that attaches to doors, enabling users to open the door with their feet. It is the ideal solution for exiting a public restroom. It provides a sanitary, hands-free alternative for users to open the door and avoid touching the handle.” Even more valuable in hospitals, of course.