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Safety 1st 46 Pack Essentials Childproofing Kit

  • Four grip n' twist door knob cover
  • Twelve wide grip latches
  • 30 press n' pull plug protectors
The Safety 1st Essential Child Proofing Kit is designed for targeted key areas of your home and offers solutions to help create a more secure home for your child. It has a four grip n' twist door knob cover, twelve wide grip latches and 30 press n' pull plug protectors.

List Price: $ 8.99 Price: $ 6.50


Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers, 5 Count

  • Five stove knob covers
  • Clear design blends into any style décor
  • Universal size
  • Hinged lid
  • Removable and reusable
Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers

Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers help prevent children from tampering with the stove controls. The hinged lid of these covers is convenient to use. They also give quick access to adults. They have non-adhesive mounting. The covers are large in size and fit the bigger knobs on newer stoves. They have a modern updated universal design. This design blends in with any home decor very easily. These covers are strong and heat-resistant. They are removable and reusable.


Why You'll Love It: It prevents children from tampering with stove controls.

Features
  • Hinged lid for quick adult access
  • Non-adhesive mounting
  • Large covers fit newer stoves
  • Updated universal design
  • Easily blends with home decor
  • Strong and heat-resistant
  • Removable and reusable

List Price: $ 9.99 Price: $ 5.99


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6 thoughts on “Sale! – Safety 1st 46 Pack Essentials Childproofing Kit

  1. Reply Jewel B. Oct 23,2012 10:32 pm
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Kit but more expensive than Walmart, August 25, 2011
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    Jewel B. (Texas) –

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    This review is from: Safety 1st 46 Pack Essentials Childproofing Kit (Baby Product)

    This kit was two dollars less at another store. These safety items are a must have for curious toddlers. The drawer and cabinet latches are mainly the reason I got this kit. The latches are decently easy to install but do not work on every style of drawer. It makes it easier if you have a drawer or cabinet that has a thick piece of wood that comes down and meets with the door/drawer. Older style cabinets can present a problem, we found out. But, we overcame issues with making it work by not installing the plate and just letting the latch catch on the top edge of the frame of the cabinet or drawer. It’s hard to explain, but you’ll have to look at how things are set up in your home and see if there is an actual box style cabinet or if the cabinet is open inside at the top. If it is open, it will be more of a challenge to get these to work but not impossible.

    So, there is a drawback to these latches. The latches allow you to open the drawer just enough to get your finger in there to press down on the latch releasing it from the plate. The gap is wide enough for babies to get their hands into the front part of the drawer. We have had to push all of the junk in the drawers to the very back so the babies can’t reach anything. Sometimes they get their hands in there and lean forward closing their hands in the drawer which is obviously not good. We haven’t had any injuries so far, but they’re not completely safe and still require supervision, speaking of which – supervision is always required anyway and is stated clearly on the package.

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  2. Reply Shauna Oct 23,2012 10:48 pm
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great babyproofing kit!, December 28, 2011
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    Shauna (Illinois) –

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    This review is from: Safety 1st 46 Pack Essentials Childproofing Kit (Baby Product)

    We used pretty much everything in this kit for babyproofing our new house for our 2 year old and newborn baby. The only thing I don’t like are the doorknob covers as they are kind of awkward.

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  3. Reply mommy2evan Oct 23,2012 11:26 pm
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    baby proofing, December 3, 2011
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    This Safety 1st childproofing kit is a necessity to have if you have an infant becoming toddler like I do. The pieces are all very useful and easy to install. However, if you’re looking for a price break, I found this for less at Walmart.

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  4. Reply Rabbi Yonassan Gershom Oct 23,2012 11:57 pm
    92 of 100 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Oy vey — our little “mechanical genius” defeated them in seconds!, January 22, 2006
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    Rabbi Yonassan Gershom (Minnesota, USA) –
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    = Durability:1.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:1.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers 5-Pack (Baby Product)

    I agree with the other one-star reviewers here — had I come to Amazon first, I would not have wasted my money. I got these because our two-year-old grandson was staying with us and, being a curious kid who likes to push every button and turn every knob in sight, he was soon trying to turn on the gas oven and stove. So we got and installed these covers. Within minutes he discovered them — and became even MORE fascinated with the stove! He immediately began spinning them around on the knobs, and it took less than a minute for him to figure out that if you pull upward, the cover and the knob come right off together! Now he had a fascinating new “rattle” to carry around — and probably lose my stove knob in the bargain. Our solution? We took the real knobs off the stove, period. We keep them in a high cupboard and only get one out when we need it to cook. As for these clear covers, they’re are still in the closet — maybe I can use them to display insect specimens or something? Useful as knob locks they are NOT!

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  5. Reply SwanLovesJoe "Swan" Oct 24,2012 12:25 am
    53 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Stove Knob Covers not heat resistant!!!, April 23, 2005
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    This review is from: Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers 5-Pack (Baby Product)

    -As soon as we installed the covers, the first thing my husband and I noticed was how difficult they were to open for cooking. The plastic pieces you need to push on to open the covers do not give.

    -The covers come apart very easily and fall off, exposing the stove knobs.

    -The covers are not heat resistant. That doesn’t make sense to me since they are meant to be used on stoves. If you leave the oven door open for just a few minutes, of if your oven has vents under the knobs, the covers melt and warp right away.

    -The worst part was, my 9 month old daughter was easily able to pull the covers (with knobs) off completely.

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  6. Reply Heather English Oct 24,2012 12:45 am
    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Same problem as below and there is a solution, June 27, 2005
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    This review is from: Safety 1st Clear View Stove Knob Covers 5-Pack (Baby Product)

    Save your eight dollars and just take off the knobs for a while. I store them in a locked cabinet and then when I cook I just put them back on then remove them when Im done. Then when your child is old enough just put them back on. I have found this to be the easiest method of protection concerning stoves.

    PS I also had the same problems as below thats how I came to this idea

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