Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tips for childproofing your home

Check the walls of your home for chipped or flaked paint. This can lead to lead poisoning if the paint contains lead. Hire a professional to remove it.

Use doorknob covers and hook-and-eye locks on doors to keep children out of certain rooms. Also, keep items children can’t touch – such as framed photos, fine china and jewelry – in these “off-limit” rooms.

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Read this article here: How to Child Proof Your Home

1 comment:

  1. That's good advice thanks! Another thing is too make sure your have outlet covers and I just put in fire-prevention outlets. It is a relief off my shoulders and its just something less you have to worry about.