Faucet Extenders A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

Kevin Brown

Faucet Extenders – A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

Trying to teach your little one how to use the sink? A faucet extender can be really useful. This accessory is designed to make the sink and faucet easier for toddlers to use.

There are many options available on the market.

Faucet Extenders A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

The Aqueduc faucet extender is a popular option. Made of polyurethane plastic, this accessory easily fits on most bathroom faucets. It is easy to install and remove for cleaning, with a cute and practical design that simplifies and optimizes hand-washing. The Aqueduc is dishwasher safe and convenient in many ways.

Available for $9.62.

Faucet Extenders A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

If you want, you can use the Aqueduc as inspiration and design your own faucet extender using everyday objects. For example, a DIY idea is offered on Brightlittlebuttons. The suggestion is to use a flour scoop. Cut off the handle, drill a hole, and use a zip tie to attach it to the faucet.

Now your toddler can wash his hands and brush his teeth at the sink without your help.

Faucet Extenders A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

To transform an empty lotion bottle into a faucet extender for kids, cut off the top and another section to attach it to the faucet. Adjust the length based on sink dimensions and faucet design.

Faucet Extenders A Practical Kid-Friendly Accessory

A plastic bottle can be used as an option. Cut off the top portion of the bottle. Adjust the extender to fit your sink size. Cut an X in the bottom and attach it to the faucet.

No other modifications are necessary unless you want to customize this accessory.

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