5 Baby Safety Products for Your Home
In honor of Baby Safety Month, we’ve found five must-have baby safety products for your home. Here they are:
1. 4Moms Spout Cover ($21.75)
Ensuring that your baby’s bath water is the correct temperature is very important. This digital spout cover boasts an internal thermometer and color-coded display. It’s also mildew-resistant and made from foam-like material.
2. Safety Baby Magnetic Cabinet Locks ($19.90)
Another great safety product is this set of magnetic cabinet locks. These help keep your baby from accessing hazardous materials like cleaning supplies. They are easy to install and very effective in protecting your child from closing her hands or fingers in cabinet doors.
3. Kidco Mesh Window Guard ($33.99)
If your baby is a climber, this product is a must. It’ll keep her safe from accessing windows, without greatly altering the aesthetics of the room. The sleek, mesh design also eliminates the closed-in feel that similar barred products can create.
4. Dreambaby Blind Cord Wind Ups ($10.19)
We’re going to go more in-depth about blind safety later this month. In the mean time, however, this is a great product that helps wind up hazardous blind cords.
5. Owlet Smart Sock 2 Baby Monitor ($299.99)
The Owlet helps you rest easier at night knowing that your child’s heart rate and oxygen levels are being monitored while she sleeps. The Smart Sock 2 boasts an extended monitor range and other technological upgrades.
What must-have baby safety products are on your list?
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