When you think about how weird it is, public bathroom doors pretty much reverse everything you just did while washing your hands. Places invest in touch-less water faucets, touch-less soap dispenser, and touch-less hand dryers or paper towel dispensers. But then when it comes to the door, we still have to place our freshly cleaned hands onto the same disgusting handle that everyone that chose not to wash their hands also grabbed while exiting the bathroom. These ingenious foot door openers called the StepNpull allow you to exit the bathroom hands free, and should really be installed onto every public bathroom door!
The StepNPull is easily installed onto any non-latching inward opening door, by using just 3 included screws to fasten it to the bottom corner of the door. It's a great way to avoid germs, bacteria, or viruses that may be on public doorhandles, open doors while both of your hands are full, reduce paper towel costs by not having to have your hands perfectly dry when exiting the bathroom, or just to prevent cross contamination.
The StepNPull door foot opener handle is made from 70% recycled aluminum, is easily installed in under 5 minutes, it's American Disability Act (ADA) compliant, and features a ridgid lipped edge that allows you to easily pull any door open with just your foot. It comes with everything you'll need to install the StepNpull, including 1 StepNPull, 3 screws, 1 barrel bolt with machine screw, an instructional door sticker to be placed at eye-level to tell people that there's a foot handle, along with 1 instruction card.