With the extension of the Level 3 epidemic warning, people have become extremely well-equipped to go outside as they wear masks and goggles and almost all stores provide sanitation alcohol for customers to use.
However, as some sanitizer requires customers to use press down on the bottle to disinfect their hands, a store’s creative DIY alcohol disinfection station recently attracted social media users’ attention as it required customers to use their feet to activate the device.
The post, which was shared on Facebook led many to praise the store for its ingenuity and creativity.
In the picture, the hand-press alcohol spray was shown to be altered to an alcohol spray that would be activated by stepping on a pedal located on the ground.
The signs on the device read “Wash your hands with alcohol spray, but please use your feet, and step lightly,” and “Don’t press, use your feet.”
Still, some social media users pointed out its flaws as well, with one asking: “At this height, wouldn’t kids be getting a shower?”
Others also laughed at the nozzle design, as they noticed it was very similar to the Chinese character for“embarrassed” (囧).
Another pointed out that it would be easier to just buy an automatic alcohol dispenser that utilizes motion sensors.
Many came to the DIY alcohol spray’s defense, however, by revealing that, “Sometimes the automatic ones don’t respond, and you have to wait a long time.”