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Avoid Finger Injuries with Finger guards for doors by- Pinch-Not
When you have children running around your home it is always a good idea to keep
safety at a maximum level. It is hard enough just trying to keep them entertained for
longer than 5 minutes let alone keep them from screaming from the latest injury. Most
parents have already gone through the trouble of installing all kinds of safety features in
their homes, but a lot of them have completely missed the doors. It is an obstacle that can
be missed by many because we use door on a daily basis without harm or injury. Any
adult that has pinched their fingers in a door knows that it is a terrible pain that is long
lasting. A child should not have to feel that pain, it is completely preventable and simple
to do.
Not only can little ones pinch their little fingers in the door but injuries have been as
severe as breaking the finger or completely severing from the body. By installing finger
guards for doors this can be avoided. Most victims of pinched fingers are under the age
of 5 and it is easy to see why. It is a common occurrence for kids to be leaning and
peeking around doors, keeping those doors safe is very important.
There are two focuses for finger guards for doors, the gap where the hinges are and the
space where the door closes into the frame. The guard for the hinge gap is a shield that
covers the entire space between in front and back so even if a child is hiding behind the
door they cannot sneak their fingers in. The guard that keeps the door from closing is just
a rubber stopper that holds the door ajar so that it cannot close all the way. It is a
complete safety system that is well worth the investment.
Finger guards for doors keep little fingers out of the cracks so you don’t have to be
constantly watching to make sure you’re not going to squash them. They are installed in
less than 5 minutes and come in a variety of different styles and colors. Most finger
guards for doors cause absolutely no damage to the home when they are installed. They
are mostly installed and kept in place using adhesive or the simple pressure of the door
against the guard. Using a product like this can prevent major injury and is very
inexpensive. They can be installed by yourself as well so there is no need for a
professional to come to your home. These products are perfect for home use, as well as in
daycares, schools, churches or other places that facilitate small children. Safety should be
always considered as priority
To know more about products that can help you avoid finger injuries from doors, please
contact Pinch-Not. Reduce the chances of getting hurt by doors for everyone using your
door, especially the little ones.


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