It’s that time of the year. Love is in the air – and in our inbox. We’re so thankful to hear how Step ‘n Wash is making a difference for families and people with height-related disabilities when it comes to their public restroom experience.
We’ve compiled some of our favorite love notes below. Want to share how Step ‘n Wash has supported you and your family? Tell us about your Step ‘n Wash experience at stepnwash.com/share!
“We use Step ‘n Wash for our general public and for our school groups. When you have a group of 20 Kindergarten students, it’s time-consuming and exhausting to lift and hold each child while they wash their hands. Step ‘n Wash allows the children to be independent and wash their hands on their own. Our staff love it, teachers love it, moms and dads love it, but most of all…the kids love it!” - Georgia Aquarium
“Step ‘n Wash is a great family-friendly feature of our restrooms at Whole Foods Market. Step ‘n Wash makes a trip to the restroom with a young child less of a balancing act and it also cuts down on the amount of water that gets splashed onto the floor.” - Whole Foods Market
"I just wanted to say that we saw Step ‘n Wash at Zoo Atlanta and we were really excited. My 5-year-old daughter with dwarfism could actually reach the sink for the first time in a public restroom, finally! It was such a relief after countless times of having to lift her to the sink. I think Step ‘n Wash should be mandatory in every public restroom!” - D. Harris, Los Angeles
"I used Step ‘n Wash for the first time at the Discovery Science Museum in Santa Ana, CA, and all I could think was…wow, what a relief to my aching back, and it’s about time! Thank you for inventing this. I sure hope to see it everywhere there’s a diaper changing station or any public family area!” - Erica K., Loma Linda, CA
Want to read more about how Step ‘n Wash has helped families when they’re out and about? Visit our customer testimonials page for more!