Safety 1st Home Safeguarding Kit

The Home Safeguarding Set by Safety 1st makes it simple to include safety in your plans when preparing the nursery and other rooms of your home for your new baby. These 80 essential safety items will help you make things safer for your new bundle of joy. The set includes 40 plug protectors, 6 Grip 'n Twist Door Knob covers, 30 Cabinet & Drawer Latches, and 4 Cabinet Slide Locks to help you secure multiple rooms in your home.


Product Highlights

  • Provides all the essential safety items for multiple rooms
  • 80-piece kit
  • Tested for child safety and durability
  • Made using high quality materials
  • Childproofing kit with the most innovative designs and manufacturing processes

Product Details

  • Brand: Safety 1st
  • Item Model Number: HS265
  • Product Type: Childproofing Kit
  • Item Weight: 1.68 pounds
  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 11.6 x 10.7 inches
  • Number of Items: 80
  • Batteries Required: No
  • Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean

Why Buy Safety 1st Home Safeguarding Kit from Child Safety Store

The Home Safeguarding Set by Safety 1st makes it easy and simple for any parent to childproof their home in anticipation of their new baby. This childproofing kit includes everything you need to prepare the nursery and other rooms of your home for your baby. Included in the baby proofing kit are 80 essential safety items that will help you make your home a safer place for your new bundle of joy.

The set includes everything you need to secure multiple rooms in your home including:

  • 4 Cabinet Slide Locks
  • 6 Grip 'n Twist Door Knob Covers
  • 30 Cabinet & Drawer Latches
  • 40 Plug Protectors

Our child safety experts are always available to answer any questions you may have about childproofing your home and other child safety products we are selling, questions about your purchase or on how to turn your home into a safer place for your new baby before you even bring them home.

Child Safety Store is your one stop source for any infant and child home safety proofing products. Shop Safety 1st Home Safeguarding Kit here ate!

Ways To Safeguard Your Home For Young Children

When you have young children in the home, you need to focus on safeguarding every area of the house in order to protect your children. Babies and young children like to crawl, climb, and roam around the house, playing with objects and devices that can create potential harm.  This is why you need to childproof your home

  1. Lock the doors and windows - When your child begins to roam around the house, they will explore the house and get in trouble.  It’s common for falls or trips to occur as a result of rooms, windows, or doors that aren’t childproofed.  To childproof and keep your home safe, install locks to each door and window in the home.
  2. Store medicine and chemicals in high cabinets - A common mistake parents make when childproofing their home is leaving medicine, chemicals, and products lying around the house and in low-to-reach areas that are easily accessible for young children.  To protect your children from getting ahold of these harmful substances, keep them away from children’s reach in high cabinets and/or locked cabinets.
  3. Secure furniture to block them from falling over - Parents need to childproof their furniture to prevent these heavy materials to fall over on top of their young children.  We advise parents to add protectors, locks, and support straps to keep their furniture secured.
  4. Install gates to block access to certain rooms of the home
  5. Use power socket covers and outlet covers to stop the potential harm of electrical accidents - Electrical cords and power sockets can easily become dangerous for young children who like to touch and grab ahold of things around the house.  Parents need to install safety switches and cord protectors to keep their electrical cords and equipment safe for young children in their home.

Biggest Warnings For Young Children Inside Your Home

Young children are at-risk of harmful accidents when they roam or play inside a home that isn’t adequately childproofed.  The top 3 reasons for a child four years older or younger to visit the emergency room are:

  1. Falls
  2. Being struck by a falling object
  3. Health concerns
  4. Poisoning

When Should I Start Childproofing My Home?

We advise parents with young children to begin childproofing their home immediately!  At Least three months before the due date, the home should have basic child proof preparations taken care of.  When the baby begins to crawl and roam the house on their own, the home should already be fully childproofed and able to protect them in case of any emergency.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is installation required?
Yes, you will need install the various components in the necessary rooms of your home.

Do the cabinet latches come with the screws?
The product will come with hardware needed for use.

Are the latches adhesive?
No, these are not adhesive and these will require hardware to install.