No Touch Door Openers

No need to worry about forgetting your gloves whenever you leave home to keep from touching a potentially contaminated surface. One solution? Enter touch tools: small, often-hooked pieces of metal, plastic, or wood that you can attach to a set of keys or a belt-loop for hands-free door-opening or button tapping. Sometimes referred to as “cootie keys” or “hygiene hooks,” these touch tools can be effective in helping to prevent the spread of germs, and even coronavirus, but only if used correctly.

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No need to worry about forgetting your gloves whenever you leave home to keep from touching a potentially contaminated surface. One solution? Enter touch tools: small, often-hooked pieces of metal, plastic, or wood that you can attach to a set of keys or a belt-loop for hands-free door-opening or button tapping. Sometimes referred to as “cootie keys” or “hygiene hooks,” these touch tools can be effective in helping to prevent the spread of germs, and even coronavirus, but only if used correctly.