Ok, so this is something I thought was kinda neat. A nice little footwasher with bristles that go every which way to get in all the cracks and crevices of your little piggies.
My first confession is that I don’t always remember to wash my feet while I shower. Since I was a teenager I have always listened to everyone complain about my half hour showers and me hogging all the hot water. So since shaving my legs takes up the bulk amount of my bathing time, I really try to hurry and get the heck out. Not to mention, scrubbing your feet isn’t always the easiest to do.
Have you ever fallen in the shower? About a year ago I did. There was soap on the floor, water, and then there was me trying to do a balancing act standing on one foot while I tried to pumice my other… Let’s just say it was an epic fail and I ended up with the water spout of my tub jabbed in my back and a nasty bruise to show for it. Oh ya, and then there was the part where mid fall, instinctively I tried to reach out and grab something to catch myself, and that thing being the shower curtain….. That landed on me too, in addition to the shower curtain rod. I don’t even know why I grabbed it in the first place, I mean, who does that? It isn’t like I didn’t already know it wouldn’t stand a chance of supporting my weight.
Anyways, enough about that…
So I love the idea of the Easy Feet. Its supposed to secure to the floor of your tub or shower, you glide your feet in and out, much a little carwash for your feet, it has a little pumice stone at the heel, and its pretty easy to use. Thus the name “Easy feet”.
When I first used my Easy Feet, I was pretty surprised; it really felt like it got every part of my feet clean. There were even times that I couldn’t help but laugh because it tickled so much as I used it. Now, who can’t use a good laugh every now and again?
There were only two problems I noticed while using my Easy Feet and the number one problem was that the suction cups didn’t stick to my shower/tub floor. So while I tried to use it as I slid my feet in and out, the easy feet slid with it. So to remedy that, I had to use my other foot to hold it in place while I cleaned the one foot. I don’t know about you, but that sounds like another disaster waiting to happen.
The other problem I experienced was that the top arch of the Easy Feet wasn’t quite tall enough in the respect that as I slid my feet in and out, it hit the top of my foot, making it all red and sore. (you can see this in my video demonstration).
I cannot say for sure whether or not I happened to get a bad Easy Feet, but if they could put better suction cups on this product, this would hold up to my expectations a little bit better. And because the top kept banging against my foot, I probably wouldn’t recommend this for someone with as large of feet as I have. It would probably work better for someone with smaller feet.
All in all I think it’s an ok product, and with some slight modification on my part I might keep using it. Maybe I can UGlu it to my shower floor. LOL