Red Dot Goodness, Part 3: Germophobic, Minimalist Sink Faucet/Lever and a Partially Inflatable Bathtub – Core77

I actually think it’s good to eat with dirty hands once in a while, to keep your immune system up to snuff. I have two friends who were raised in germophobic households, fastidiously kept indoors away from dirt and ordered from childhood to frequently wash their hands, and I’ve noticed they get sick the easiest and most often.

Nevertheless, I’ve heard many a germophobe say things like “After using the toilet, when you turn the sink on, you put germs on the handles. Then you wash your hands, and turn the water off, and get the original germs on your hands again.” It is for those people that designers Wu Chi-Hua and Wang Li-Hsin, Red Dot Award winners in the Bathroom category, have designed the Easy Clean faucet.

Red Dot Goodness, Part 3: Germophobic, Minimalist Sink Faucet/Lever and a Partially Inflatable Bathtub – Core77.

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