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Eleven Year Old Wexford Boy Raking In Sales With New Sanitary Pen

A young Wexford boy’s new invention is raking in the sales..

Eleven-year old and sixth class pupil Alfie Murphy from Enniscorthy created the ‘Ninja Clean’ pen.

The young Wexford man was inspired during his school days as the students in his classroom at Glenbrien Holy Family Primary School were regularly sanitising between lessons.

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The ’Ninja Clean’ pen was born out of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. The idea for the product emerged after eleven year-old Wexford native Alfie decided to combine a sanitary product with a stationary product.

At the time of writing, the Ninja Clean pen, which retails at €3.99, has been sold to over 2,000 people. If you’re interested in purchasing the Ninja Pen and supporting the young Wexford native in his entrepreneurial endeavours, check out

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