Given that I chew the ever-loving gobstoppers out of my fingernails, I'm obviously not too concerned about germs. But I am concerned about touching things with Cheetos-crusted hands and getting yelled at by my mama for leaving orange residue all over the house. So on the occasions that I do decide to wash up, a touch-free EZ Faucet could at least eliminate my trademark greasy trail of Chester Cheetah dust on the fixtures. And, in turn, Her Majesty's ire and reactionary dumping of all my snacks. (Yeah, Mama, like I won't just eat them out of the trash.)
In addition, for those who are into sanitation, or conserving water, iTouchless' simple adaptor could make your everyday life a little cleaner and greener.
The Touch-Free EZ faucet mounts to existing sink installations, requiring no plumbing modifications or a call to the plumber for setup. On top of precluding cross-contamination with its infrared sensor activation ("Activates on demands!"), the Touch-Free adaptor also saves water, running only when a hand or dish or filthy mouth full of soap is under it. According to iTouchless, kids find this type of auto-faucet fun to use, and will therefore be more amenable to washing their hands. Huh. Not that I know anything about kids, but something tells me that last part will be true for exactly 4 days.
The EZ Faucet attaches to any existing faucet to render it instantly sensor activated. Temperature and pressure remain adjustable. The adaptor also has an override button to return the faucet to its manual on/off state. If pressed, the faucet will run for 3 minutes, or until the manual override button is pressed again.