I would not have imagined to find something funny related to the most dramatic moment that the planet has ever experienced since my birth, but life can be very ironic when it comes to it.
The problem of contact with potentially infected objects is a harbinger of doubts and discussions. On which surfaces does the virus resist the most? Carelessly touching eyes or nose is always a risk, it would be better to avoid it, but detergents and gloves are not always within reach. And here is PumPix for this purpose.
According to the Center for Disease Control, over 80% of bacteria and viruses are transferred to the body via the hands. That is why it is so important to wash your hands and keep them clean at all times. At the cost of becoming superheroes.
PumPix is a device wrist watch that is loaded with hand sanitizer. How to use? After having loaded it (its tank allows it as many as 100 "throws" of disinfectant) it is sprayed directly from the "bracelet". The dynamic is very similar to that of the webs thrown by Spiderman in the movies and comics that have the wall climber as the protagonist.
The idea is to use PumPix to spray disinfectant not only on your hands, but directly on any object you are about to touch or have just touched.
The elevator button? A dirty door handle in the supermarket? The phone's filthy touchscreen? One squirt and PumPix knocks out those nasty germs. I'm not sure how much sense it makes as a solution.
Aside from my doubts, the wrist sanitizer has already been successfully launched. Currently on the platform crowdfunding chosen by the startup there are almost 14 dollars already funded. The minimum goal of the creators was to collect 000. And there are still 5.000 days to go until the end of the fundraiser.