On average, one child dies every two weeks when a television, piece of furniture or appliance falls on top of them.
No matter how small or tall, how heavy or light – all televisions and furniture, MUST be properly secured to a wall stud and only into solid wood, not the flimsy pieces of backboard of some pieces of furniture.
We’ve gathered a list of devices that can be used to secure furniture safely – remember that not all devices work for all pieces of furniture or in all locations in your household where that furniture might be in a room – choose carefully and appropriately.
The best and safest of all safety straps! They are baby, toddler and earthquake proof. They include everything you need to easily install them with just a screwdriver in less than 15 minutes. The straps are multifunctional (allow you to secure TVs, changing tables, drawers, bookshelves, etc.), 100% adjustable and have a jaw grip made of solid metal as opposed to plastic used by most other manufacturers.
Bonus: you will also get a 4 pack of corner guards – free of charge! Each piece of furniture requires 2 straps. We suggest securing all TVs and furniture that can tip over or that kids can try to climb.
These straps are compatible with most pieces of furniture, both indoors and outdoors. It even comes with a complimentary door stopper.
This product is best suitable for bureaus, book cases, shelf unit and armoires. It has durable canvas straps and comes in a pack of 8.
Built from Plastic and heavy-duty polypropylene webbing for ultimate strength and safety, this 2-pack straps are compatible with all types of furniture designs.
This falling furniture prevention device holds up to 400 lbs. It’s tamper resistant and can help prevent furniture, filing cabinets, and full length mirrors from falling over. It’s made from made of high grade galvanized aircraft steel cable and steel components.
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