Touching common surfaces is an everyday task that leaves a person open to an array of potential germs and bacteria that could be lurking on them, so the 'Shield20' door opener has been created as a multifunctional solution to help users avoid this.
The keychain works by providing users with a device that can be used for making contact with commonly touched surfaces like door handles, elevator buttons, ATM buttons, public washroom faucets and more. This will prevent users from being exposed to potentially harmful pathogens that could cause illness or pathogen spread.
The 'Shield20' door opener is made from brass with a 70% copper and 30% zinc composition, and comes with a sterilizing spray to treat the keychain after use to keep it germ-free.
The 'Shield20' Door Opener Has a Multifunctional Design to Avoid Surfaces
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3. Consumer Goods - Designing and marketing germ-resistant accessories such as keychains that prioritize hygiene and offer convenient solutions for everyday situations.