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Safety 1st Finger Pinch Guard
- The product is Door Slam Stopper
- Easy and simple use kit
- The product is manufactured in China
- Helps protect little hands and fingers from pinching accidents
- Soft, flexible foam forms a soft cushion between the edge of the door and the frame
- Easy to attach
- No drilling
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Top Customer Reviews
This product works fantastic if 1) you place it high up on the door so the child cannot take it off and chew on it or lose it and 2) yes, I suppose if you have solid wood doors, and happen to leave your windows open to slam the doors shut, they may tear...so keep tornado-force winds out and close your windows (which should be also baby-proofed).
Also, if one has an overly aggressive or older/stronger child that puts their full force on the door, knowing the finger guard is there, I can see how it may break because it is just a high-density foam. However, this is just a safety product for toddlers and little kids...if you have a kid who fits the other description...then this isn't for you...and niether are any other baby-proofing product - because it's for babies - not high-force winds slamming doors or older kids/adults tearing them.
Edited to Add: I've added a picture of one of these wedged into the door hinge, for someone who asked if that was possible (it is!).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They really are good and works. I use it to someone my cat don't get locked in a room. I like them they are real easy to remove and place on other doors.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Fell apart. Worthless piece of foam you could probably make yourself and have them turn out betterPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Keeps the cat from locking itself in the bathroom. It's sturdy enough, just shows dirt a little too well.Published 1 month ago by Deyin Xing
It survived a 15mo toddler and 3yo for about 3 months on a standard interior door, not a lot of abuse/slamming in my estimation. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justin M.