Parent Units Safe and Shut Dishwasher Locking Strap



Small children are like time bombs: they react in unexpected ways and can do maore damage than you can imagine. Your home may seem totally harmless to an adult but once you let an infant there it will immediately turn into a series of dangerous traps, as children have no idea how to protect against hazards and, on the contrary, are very curious and stick their little noses where they do not belong. That is why you have to be a responsible adult and secure the place around them. That is why this Parent Units Safe and Shut Dishwasher Locking Strap is of real help.

Since children are very likely to touch all the things around and open all the doors they can see, they are also very likely to stick their little fingers in all kinds of compartments and hurt themselves, so this gadget is providing security exactly on this area. It is actually  plastic strap that locks and secures the dishwasher so that it is completely safe for your kid. It keeps the dishwasher door shut and totally safe for curious eyes. It is easy to use as it just peels and sticks and adults find it pretty easy to handle, while kids find it rather difficult. So perfect for all parties involved. You don’t need to assemble it not do you need any tools for this. you just have to buy it for $10.99.


Published by in Home Gadgets, on April 16th, 2012

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