Have you ever wondered how often the buttons on an ATM machine are cleaned? Probably not as often as you'd like. In fact, probably never. The Gryp Keychain's functional design turns every ATM machine into a touch-free ATM machine. The Gryp's silicone material resists bacteria and keeps the user's hands clean and germ-free.
The Center for Disease Control says:
"Keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others." -CDC
"Germs can also get onto hands if people touch any object that has germs on it because someone coughed or sneezed on it or was touched by some other contaminated object. When these germs get onto hands and are not washed off, they can be passed from person to person and make people sick." -CDC
Keeping your hands clean is essential to having a happy, healthy lifestyle. It's why our society has evolved to contain soap and sinks in all of our bathrooms. As the population of the world increases, and cities become more dense, it's natural for bacteria and viruses to spread more easily, especially through the public use of contaminated surfaces.
Everyday, public restrooms are becoming dirtier and more used. Many businesses are installing locks and passcodes to ensure that bathroom use is limited to paying customers. Cleaning public restrooms costs each business time and money, and for every person that uses their facility, they must assign an employee to clean up after them. Therefore, in order to save money businesses clean their restrooms as little as possible to reduce cost. This leads to dirtier restrooms combined with increased use.
As for the ATM machine buttons, I doubt that businesses have the time or resources to address such details. We can only assume that the buttons are never cleaned, and should be avoided.
Rise above the dirt and filth that's building up in cities. Bring a little peace of mind with you in your pocket and avoid touching those dirty ATM buttons.
Click below to see the Gryp Keychain in action on a USbank ATM machine: