Keep your hands germ-free with this multipurpose brass stylus

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You no longer need to be an obsessive germaphobe in order to understand and appreciate the importance of good hygiene. Thanks to the unexpected outbreak of the coronavirus, the entire country has been forced to remain extremely vigilant when it comes to going outside and interacting with the world, and washing your hands twelve times a day can only go so far if you're constantly touching surfaces that have been potentially infected.

The Safe Touch N Go: Contact-Less Keychain Tool will help keep you and your family safe by drastically reducing the amount of contact you have with everything from doors and buttons to countertops and ATM machines, and right now it's on sale for over 65% off at just $19.99.

This simple tool is made from naturally antimicrobial brass that eliminates up to 99.9% of the germs and pathogens it comes into contact with—allowing you to stay germ-free when you're forced to go outdoors.

With an ergonomic hook design that also doubles as a useful keychain, the Safe Touch N Go will help you avoid ingesting a wide range of pollutants and germs, and it even features a flat tip that can be used as a stylus.

Also ideal for pulling and sliding open doors, this germ-killing tool is light enough to take with you whenever you leave the house, and cleaning it is a breeze as long as you have access to either steel wool or a common sanitation wipe.

Up your sanitation and hygiene game while you wait out the coronavirus pandemic by picking up a Safe Touch N Go: Contact-Less Keychain Tool for just $19.99—over 65% off its usual price for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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