You may worry that the Shandle itself will become dirty and germy but the Shandle has an antimicrobial protection built in. These prevent the growth of bacteria on its surface which means it is the safer cleaner way for your child to lift the toilet seat. I know that we are all worried about the safety and well being of our children so why not select the Shandle?
I personally loved the fact that the Shandle was so easy to place on the toilet. It has a sticky back that seals to the toilet itself. No tools are involved and it is oh so easy. I also wondered if it would have to be in a certain place. I did not want anything to bother me when I used the toilet myself. The best thing is the Shandle can be attached anywhere and it seems that the side back worked as well as any other place and was the perfect place for me to place the Shandle. The Shandle allows safety with the choice of placement. I like those ideas traveling together.
The good folks who make the shandle would love to offer one of Annie's Home readers a shandle of their own. You can win this great shandle by first: visit the shandle site and let me know which is your favorite and the one you would select if you won
- follow shandle on facebook (4 entries)
- grab my button and let me know where you placed it (2 entries)
- subscribe to blog (2 entries)
- follow on twitter leave ID (2 entries)
- twitter about the giveaway (2 entries each time you twitter) leave link in comment
- blog about the giveaway (6 entries) leave link in comment
- list in a forum somewhere (4 entries)
Contest will run from today through May 13, 2009. Open to everyone. Remember to place each entry in separate comment and email must be listed in comment or accessible on blog. Please have fun and if you are the winner you will have 3 days to send me your information