The Keiki Dept
Imperfect Kalo, Opihi, and Iwa Bird Safe Key Button Pushers
NOTE: THESE ARE IMPERFECT SAFE KEY BUTTON PUSHERS. THEY HAVE SMALL FLAWS AS MISPRINTS OR TINY KNICKS THAT DO NOT AFFECT THEIR FUNCTION, JUST THE WAY THEY LOOK.
As we start to return to a "new normal" outside of our homes, many tools have been designed and created to help keep you safe. One of these tools are button pushers. The shape of the button pusher is not mines but I added my signature kalo leaf print to style it up.
The purpose of this button pusher is to help you keep your fingers off buttons (hence the name button pushers). Instead of using your fingers you can use the pusher to push elevator buttons or ATM buttons.
There is also a small hook to help you open a door that has a handle.
I have included the small hole in the corner to add this to a keychain or use it as a standalone tool.
Be sure to disinfect your keys and button pusher regularly. These are made of acrylic and just need soap and water to clean. Do not use rubbing alcohol as this will weaken the acrylic, leading it to crack.
These are made of 1/4" acrylic and may wear/crack over time.
Some of the masking tape residue may be left on the button pusher and will come off with normal use or soapy water.
The tool is not intended to act as a medical device or other medical product, and should not be used as a replacement for conventional and approved personal protective equipment, including gloves and disinfectants. The tool is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should always consult a doctor or other healthcare provider. Never give tool to a baby or infant. Closely supervise for children 8-12 while in use. Not for children under 8.