Tiny Hands Can Now Reach the Faucet with Ease


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Alamo, California (EastBayDaily) — Ditch that stool in the bathroom and forget lifting up your little ones to help them reach the water while washing their hands. Peachy, LLC introduces the Aqueduck Faucet Extender. It is a unique parenting solution that helps kids reach the flow of water from the faucet all on their own. This can help teach good hygiene habits, giving kids a sense of independence and has even been a useful potty training tool.

The Aqueduck Faucet Extender by Peachy, LLC was created by a Bay Area mom, Susanna Lee to solve a common parenting problem. As “I feel that if my creations help make life easier for other parents and families, I have done my job.” The clever idea came to her while on a trip to Disneyland with her family. She found it extremely difficult to be constantly lifting up her kids to wash their hands. Susanna then set out on a mission to make a reliable product that could help make a parent’s job just a bit easier.

The Aqueduck Faucet Extender is extremely easy to use: the flexible plastic bends to slip onto faucet quickly and easily. It is also easy to remove, no installation required. It comes in two fun colors, blue and pink. It is an excellent addition to any kid’s bathroom and is great for traveling.

It is fun and easy to use.

About Peachy, LLC Peachy, LLC released Aqueduck in December 2010 and they have plans to release more parenting products to offer solutions for moms and dads. Aqueduck is available online at http://www.aqueduck.com and select retail stores.

For more information, please visit: http://www.aqueduck.com


Susanna Lee