June is National Iced Tea Month! Whether you like it sweet or unsweet, fruit flavored or just plain, there’s nothing like finally sitting down after a long, hot day to enjoy a refreshing, ice cold glass of tea.
In honor of this month, let’s take a look at some of our straw aids that can make life much easier for people with arthritis who prefer to use straws on a daily bases.
Straws can be tricky
The problem with straws is that they can move around a lot and be tricky to grab onto. This can particularly happen when placing them into a large glass of tea that has a big opening at the top. When you pick the glass up, you may find that you do not have the strength or flexibility in your arm and hand to hold the drink to your mouth at the angle required to use a straw. Another difficult problem occurs when you put a straw into a large bottle and it falls to the bottom.
Hold straws in place
With your choice of the following straw holders, you won’t have to chase your straw around a cup or put your finger down a plastic bottle in a vain, frustrating attempt to pull your straw back out of the bottle.
The Straw Holder Bag of 6 are plastic clips that go on the rim of your glass and hold your straw in place. The hole on these Straw Holders are 3/8 inch in diameter and will keep your straw in the middle of your relaxing glass of tea.
The Drinking Straw Holder is different in that the holes are bigger, and there are five holes to offer five different drinking angles. Place your straw directly in the middle of your glass or more toward the lip of the glass.
Finally, the Vanity Cap Bottle Cap Straw Holders not only come in beautiful colors and flower shapes perfect for the summer, but they also are made specifically to hold straws in bottles. Straws often fall into bottles, but the flower petal-shaped edges on the Vanity Cap Bottle Cap Straw Holders stop this from happening. Drink your bottle of tea worry free.
Discover the brilliance of these convenient straw holders and share these ideas with friends!