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How a Child Proof Exterior Door Lock Can Prevent Pool Drownings

  Summer is just around the corner, and families across America will be filling up their pools for some relaxin’ and splashin’ fun. But there’s a grim side to swimming pools … Every year, nearly 350 children die in accidental drownings in pools. It’s a nightmare no parent should ever face, and with the right child proof exterior door lock, you’ve got a solid first line of defense. Here’s what you can do to make sure your child stays safe, even with a pool in your backyard: Install a pool fence with a childproof gate The idea here is to create as many layers of protection between your child and the pool as possible. With small children at home, no...

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The Best Child Proof Deluxe Top Door Lock To Prevent Toilet or Bucket Drownings

  We won’t beat around the bush here … You must, absolutely must, use a child proof deluxe top door lock on your bathroom door. Why all the fuss? Well, here’s something you probably didn’t know about your child. And this is a game-changer. The typical baby’s head is 35 percent of their body mass, and most toddlers can’t touch their hands over their heads. That means if they fall into the toilet or a bucket head first, they will not be able to push themselves out. You have two minutes until brain damage occurs. Get yourself a plan, and this won’t happen to you. Here are a few tips to get you started … Empty out water whenever possible...

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4 Tips for Using a Door Child Lock to Prevent Bath Drownings, and Which Lock is Best

  Did you know children ages 1-4 have the highest drowning rates? They are quite mobile, and all it takes is a brief minute for your toddler or preschooler to get into a very dangerous situation. Luckily, you can start taking steps today to prevent this from becoming your reality. And of course, a door child lock is part of the solution! Today, let’s discuss bath drownings and what you can do to prevent your child from becoming a statistic. Prepare ahead of time Prior to bathing your child, gather all supplies, towels, shampoo, body wash, etc., so they are right beside you and you can keep one hand on baby at all times. Drain the water FIRST Drain water...

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The Best Childproof Door Lock Lever For Your Home to Prevent Accidental Poisoning

  Every 15 seconds, a poisoning is reported to U.S. Poison Control. It’s a frightening thought, but you can prevent accidental poisoning from happening to your family with several easy prevention steps, including a childproof door lock lever. First, let’s define poisoning as ingesting, inhaling or absorbing (through skin) a poisonous substance. Now, what can you do to prevent this from happening to your child? Install locks on cabinets and drawers below the counter-top so a child cannot open them. Install the GlideLok top of door lock on the doors of rooms that are off limits. This will serve as a childproof door lock lever. Install toilet locks to prevent bacterial illness and chemical poisoning. Install smoke and carbon monoxide...

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How to Use a Door Childproof Lock for Kids' Fire Safety

  Every year, U.S. families endure more than 350,000 house fires. It’s scary enough when it’s just you, but add children to the mix, and childproofing for fire and burn prevention becomes essential. Here’s what you can do to avoid the most common burns: flames, heat, chemical and electrical. And yes, your door childproof lock can help here! What you can do to prevent burns from flames Install gate around fireplace Eliminate open flames from candles and fireplace (including gas pilot light) Develop a fire escape plan Keep a fire safety ladder in each occupied bedroom upstairs What you can do to prevent burns from heat Remove space heaters Install oven locks Use back burners on stove, instead of front burners...

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