This invention is a device designedto secure a box of sanitary hand wipes to the bottom edge of a table, desk andother similar surfaces.
InventorStephen D. Bean of Rochester, NYhas designed a simple device to help prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.
There has recentlybeen a trend toward increased sanitization of everyday objects and surfaces thatone tends to come in contact with. Antibacterialsoap, hand lotion sanitizer, and anti-bacterial surface cleaners are just a fewexamples of products that are used to disinfect various surfaces. Another recent product is the disposable handwipe which is often packaged in a dispenser similar to that of a box of tissues. While these sanitizing wipes greatly increasehand sanitation, they are often difficult to locate and users are exposed toadditional germs when they touch the container to pull out a towelette. Inventor Beanhas created a means by which sanitary hand wipes can be provided in aconvenient and accessible location.
This clever newinvention helps to reduce the spread of germs and promote healthier living by ensuringthat a sanitary towelette is always handy. It is designed so that it will not clutter the work area since it canattach to the underside of a desk or other surface. Also, the invention is ideal for environmentswhere sanitation is of utmost importance, such as hospitals, schools, andrestaurants. The use of the Attachable Towelette Dispensing Unit ensuresthat sanitizing towelettes are readily available to anyone who needs to quicklyand effectively clean their hands.