#2172: HandleWash

Today’s invention attempts to deal, again, with the problem of people who refuse to wash their hands on exiting the bathroom.

It takes the form of a circular door handle (orange). This would be made from bacteria-inhibiting plastic.

The handle would be located in a cylindrical housing as shown. Each time the door hinge was moved, the circular handle would rotate within the housing, driven by the three wheels indicated.

A fresh segment of handle would therefore be presented to each new door user.

The housing might also be equipped with additional cleaners, such as a disinfectant spray and air dryer or even a small microwave (in the red box).

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