Due to COVID19 family child care providers must take extra precautions to ensure the health and safety of the children in our care. We use this portable sink along with health check and sanitizing our home. The parents are required to wash their hands and their child hand before entry.
At this time my only experience with the unit is the assembly process. You use the same leg on both positions holding up the sink, but the threaded hole that you screw them in
are not properly positioned, since one leg is used in a left position and the same leg is used in a reversed right position. As a result one leg needs to be installed under tightened
and the other leg needs to be over-tightened, (risking possible cracking). I recommend re-positioning the screw hole receivers or producing a seperate left and right leg that secure more accurately to the screw mounting holes.
I also suggest that the holes for securing the unit to the floor be lowered so one does not need to use 3 1/2" screws to secure the unit with moving.
Great for hand washing parents and children before entering my family childcare home. Due to COVID19 its another measure I use to stop the spread in my business.
I bought this sink for our church outdoor kids camp to prevent covid spread. Works great, even a 4 year old can operate the pump.
I also like that it is super light when empty, plus the wheels are convenient when it is full and heavy. Bonus, the spout is perfect size for filling small squirt guns.
Putting it together was simple except snapping the sink onto the posts. It took quite a bit of force to connect and I was afraid to break something.
I do not like the thought of cleaning out the awkward shape of the soap reservoir. Consequently, I opted to cap that off and use a separate soap dispenser.
Storage is simple, after draining the water I place a cloth over the drain spout and secure it with a rubber band. This allows the remaining moisture to dry out without molding. The cloth also prevents ants or critters from getting into the tank and pipes.
To protect from spreading bacteria -
1. Use bleach that does not have an added scent (like lemon).
2. Add 1/8 teaspoon (8 drops or about 0.75 milliliters) of household liquid bleach to 1 gallon (16 cups) of water.
3. Mix well and wait 30 minutes or more before using.
Over all this sink is very easy and practical, just how I like it. Everyone that has used it loves it and thinks it's a superior preventative measure against Covid-19.
We found this very useful for our nursing home. We had challenges on our floor plan and hand washing station. When we found this online we gave it a try.
It helped us out so our staff does not need to leave their area and possibly cross contaminate different areas in our facility.