Getting your feet wet is more than a saying, it's something most of us do everyday in the shower or bath.
There may now be an easier way to clean your feet especially for people with back problems or the elderly.
Although it looks like some crazy thing you would buy on spring break when you are down in Fort Lauderdale or some place like that, Easy Feet promises no more bending over in the shower.
There are an alleged 10,000 bristles on the Easy Feet. When you put your feet in and you run them back and forth, adding a little liquid soap, it is supposed to clean the top of your feet as well as the bottom of your feet.
The Easy Feet is supposed to exfoliate and massage your feet and even includes a pumice stone that you can use on your heel. It is mounted on the shower floor by suction cups that claim to mount to any surface.
It is also possible to mount upright as to use if you were lying in the bath.
After thorough testing, the Easy Feet adhered to block glass but did not stick to ceramic tile. It did clean and refresh the feet, though, and would be especially useful for kids when they come in during the summer with blackened feet on the bottom.
Despite it not sticking to ceramic tile, the Easy Feet does work and we give it the thumbs up.
The Easy Feet is $10 at Walgreens and is also available on the internet.
For more information on the Easy Feet, click here.
Next Monday, we'll test a product meant to help those with sore backs.