As far as I know, the only restaurant in Charlottetown to provide a stool that allows kids easy access to the sink to wash their hands is Angels on Belvedere Avenue. If you’ve got a young child, you know that it can often be a struggle to hold them up to the tap while simultaneously turning on the water, managing the soap, and so on.
Which is why the Step ‘N Wash should be in every public washroom. It’s a hand folding “on demand step,” with no pinch-points, that’s bolted to the floor. USA Today reports today that Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta is installing them; the company website has a list of other customers.
Each unit costs $189US, and they suggest you need only one per washroom.