Scrub Bugs – The New Way For Little Hands to Get Clean
Everyone who has kids or been around kids knows how dirty their little hands can become. It seems that no matter how many times they are told to wash their hands, they are never clean. With all the adventures kids go on, they pick up germs along with the dirt they collect. According to the CDC, hands are the #1 carriers of sickness germs and as parents we want to reduce the number of germs being carried around by our kids. We all know that once those germs come home, they are passed around to everyone else and no one wants a house full of sick people.
That is why Kelly Stuart, a mom of two girls, created Scrub Bugs. Scrub Bugs has been a labor of love for Kelly. She wanted to fill the need for a product to help kids with personal hygiene. Scrub Bugs are an entirely new category of hygiene and are modeled after the tools that surgeons use to scrub up before surgery. Scrub Bugs are pediatrician endorsed and are proven by independent lab tests to clean hands over 3X better than ordinary hand washing.
Scrub Bugs are not only practical for keeping the kid’s hands clean but they are also fun to use. They will help empower kids to take their personal hygiene into their own hands (no pun intended.) Scrub Bugs are ergonomically designed so they are easy to hold, the contoured sponge helps lather soap and provides better contact for clean hands, and the soft scrub up bristles get the dirt and germs hiding under nails, between fingers and in grooves.
Yesterday marked the start of the Kickstarter campaign to bring Scrub Bugs to the market. The campaign will run through March 27th and production is estimated at early May. After that the product will plan for national launch.
To get your Scrub Bugs ahead of the national launch and be part of this amazing product visit the Scrub Bugs Kickstarter campaign and find out how you can be one of the first to receive this amazing product.