Even as businesses start to reopen over the coming weeks and months, we'll want to be careful about touching buttons, touchscreens, and door handles, at least until there's a vaccine for COVID-19.
CleanKey from KeySmart (which makes other keychain tools that we love) is admittedly kind of silly looking. But then again so are cloth face masks, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't wear them. Designed to push buttons on elevators, control touchscreens, and open door handles without the use of your fingers, CleanKey is made of 62% copper, which is naturally and perpetually antimicrobial, as detailed in this Vice article that I've been thinking about more or less nonstop since I read it a few weeks ago. That means that most bacteria, germs, and yes, viruses that end up on CleanKey's surface will die within a few minutes, no sanitizing required.
Normally $25 for one, StackSocial will sell you a CleanKey for $20, a 2-pack for $38, or a 3-pack for $50 right now.
CleanKey Antimicrobial Hand Tool | $20 | Normally $25 | Larger savings available on 2-packs and 3-packs.