Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Keeping Pets and Children Safe



I love these so much better then regular plug protectors because they are paint-able. My children, grand children, visiting children, or animals won't be messing around with the outlets because they won't be able to find them.

Love this idea and wish they had these years ago. This is also great if you have a outlet that has a 240 outlet so that no one plugs into it mistakenly, saving not only a big jolt but also from products being ruined.

We once rented an apartment and plugged in our TV when we moved in and the outlet blew out TV up, our landlord wouldn't replace our TV and didn't even know there was a 240 outlet in the living room. Long story short, we always check the currant of all of our outlets before plugging in for the first time.




You can find the CoverPlug on Amazon.


Whave CoverPlug has to say about their product.
Sharing your home with your dog involves taking responsibility for the dog's safety around electrical outlets and other potential hazards in the house. Dogs are curious creatures, especially when young or bored, and while an electrical outlet may not seem like an obvious toy of choice -- then again, neither does a remote control -- all it takes is one claw into an outlet to shock or even kill him. You can easily prevent this by thinking ahead and dog-proofing your electrical outlets.

The COVERPLUG™ is a durable, molded, and paint-able plastic panel that plugs right into an electrical socket to cover the entire outlet. This innovative outlet cover is held securely in place by posts on the back that align with the ground openings and require no tools for installation or removal. They are made in the USA and use a specially designed plastic that is easily paint-able to match your wall color.



You can find out more about CoverPlug Inc. on: 
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