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Three Areas You Must Baby
Proof By – PINCH-NOT
One of the top reasons for kids under the age 3
visiting the emergency room is household
injuries. The good news is that majority of these
injuries can be prevented by just baby proofing
the home properly. Take some time out to baby
proof your house before your child starts moving
around. There are a number of products in the
market that are simple to use and will not take a
lot of time to install. Baby proofing the house
means giving your baby a safe place to play with
you. Following is a guide on baby proofing your
living room, bathroom and kitchen.
Family Room Area/Living room:
This is that area of the house where the family
spends a lot of time playing with the child, and
this is the main reason why this has to be safe not
just for the child but also for everyone else. If you
have stairs in this room then you need to install a
gate to prevent falling. The fireplace can also be
unsafe. Make sure to have a screen or fireplace
door to prevent burns. The fireplace hearths can
also be hazardous if in case a child falls on it.
You can use padding on the edges to avoid
injuries. The same can also be done to the edges
of furniture and coffee tables. Cords and outlets
can also cause accidents. Cords must be secured
to the wall or the floor to avoid pulling and
tripping, and the outlets must be covered.
FINGER OF A CHILD STUCK
There are a number of accidents that happen due
to fingers getting caught during the opening or
closing of the door. This kind of accident is not
just limited to children but can also happen to
adults. You can easily prevent these accidents by
using Door finger protector. Using a Door
finger protector is not difficult, it can be easily
installed. It is impossible to fully baby proof a
house without installing door finger protector
on all the doors your baby might use in the house.
Pinch-Not Safety Shields offer total finger
protection at the hinge side of a door. We help
protect fingers from pinching and crushing.
This is one area of the house where children like
to spend a lot of time. They love to play with
water and tend to go in and out of the bathroom
every time possible. However this is one place
where there are loads of chemical-based products
available as well. The chemicals can be highly
harmful for children, especially because they tend
to drink or eat it. To prevent such accidents you
will need to keep them in bathroom cabinets with
locks. The toilet is another area where children
are attracted to. Purchase a toilet lock to stop your
kids from getting into the toilet. A water
temperature gauge is also a must in the bathroom.
Water that's above 120° can easily burned the
skin of a child, and since their reflexes are slow
they will find it hard to get away from it fast
enough. With the help of a water temperature
gauge you'll be able to keep a check on the
temperature of the water before your child gets to