Germaphobes rejoice, Mich. man invents Kooty Key

Germs lurk on every surface we touch, from the credit card machines in the checkout line to handles on the bathroom door. But now, a Michigan man has a new invention to help keep your hands clean -- the Kooty Key.

The Kooty Key is the brain child of Ken Kolb,  a champion bodybuilder and an auto parts salesperson.

With the Kooty Key you can open doors, close doors, type on a keyboard and it's real handy in the bathroom. You just hook the little device up to your keyring, and you have a germ-saver with you everywhere you go.

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