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2011-10-10
Name: Editor How to childproof the bathroom? What things should be kept in mind in order to childproof the kitchen? How to make doors child safe?

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2016-10-24
#1
Name: Anagha
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
Best thing is to keep the bathroom always closed so that children cannot access it without the parental assistance.
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2016-10-03
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Name: Kamini
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
Hi i have no idea about this in detail as i am hearing about it for the first time. It would be good if you can take details from someone who has already made use of it.
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2016-09-27
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Name: Beena
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
Hi i really dont have any kind of idea about this. Its better if you can refer any of the online sites or google which can give you a detail picture about how to shop for these kind of things.
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2016-09-17
#4
Name: pournima
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
dont keep anything except toys on the floor for the kid when kid play on floor, keep all stuff in drawers, take this stuff out when you want to use it, and immediately after use keep it in drawer only.
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2016-09-17
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Name: snajeev
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
keep all medicines and electrical things like mixer, bladder, or iron away from children, keep this things out of reach of children's, take proper precausion in this things.
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2016-09-17
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Name: kiyara
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
we discuss about kitchen bathroom safety, but what about toys safety, this is also important things, the types of toys for kids also important, toy will give pleasure to kid, not harm in any way.
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2016-09-17
#7
Name: omkara
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hi
now a dasys so many kids protective, proofing product for bathroom, for kitchen, for furniture are available in market like in baby shops, also you can order from online too.
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2016-09-17
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Name: spruha
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hi parents,
if we done all this precaution for children we will make our child dependents from small age, then he never face any problem, because may be he will start afraid from any small physical activity, this will make our kid weaker.
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2016-09-17
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Name: nakul
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hi parents,
my suggestion is instead of all this precautions why we not able to take care of small kid moment and movement, it will create strong bonding between parents and kid. it will surely.
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2016-09-17
#10
Name: ammu
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
all parents dont have that much time to proof every things for child safety instead they keep child away from this things for certain age, it is better option for parents.
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2016-09-17
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Name: yuvika
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
when child start to walking they take support of materiatic things in hall, bed, bathroom like table, chair, tub, so while walking take care of child from sharp corner of this things.
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2016-09-17
#12
Name: shobha
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
door safety is also so much important because open and close the door is favourite game of small kids, so with the help of door stopper the small accident can stop. so take care of this small things.
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2016-09-17
#13
Name: hemlata
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
some parents follow this safety things seriousely, many of people rather to make bathroomproof and kitchen proof they take care of their children in very well manner, so its also good thing.
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2016-09-17
#14
Name: aruna
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
my suggestion is avoid cooking when your child is alone at home, because you take care of kid properly, yes if kid is on sleeping mode then you can work in kitchen, but to take kid in one hand and try to cook food, avoid these things, it may be reason of small accident.
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2016-09-17
#15
Name: jhanvi
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
for kitchen safety, don't keep any cutter things like knife and all keep it cover when work is over, corner of troly cover with soft clothes, children can easily reach there, plug out electrical things. and take care of kid and children cant reach near electrical plug.
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2016-09-17
#16
Name: ashwini
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
for kitchen and bathroomproof safety keep all chemical products like detergents, soap, and phenyl, sprays dont keep in open space of bathroom and kitchen keep it in one drawer, so kids cant reach there.
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2016-09-17
#17
Name: nilu
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hello,
for bathroom safety avoid slippery flooring and also dont use slippery mat in front of bathtub, it will harm to child.
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2016-09-17
#18
Name: om
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
hi editor,
there is so many ways for childproof bathroom, kitchen and for doors as well as windows, for all these avoid to use harmful chemical base cleaning agents liquids. take precautions of electrical things.
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2016-09-06
#19
Name: 
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
Listed below are some common categories which we can use as a checklist when it comes to safeguarding our kids. These are by no means exhaustive, but simple enough to keep in our minds.

Small Objects
Sharp Objects
Medicines
Food and Beverages
Soaps & Detergents
Chemical based cleaning agents
Electricals
Pressurized Containers
Cell phones and Wireless Devices
Water pools and bath tubs

Most importantly, always have a first aid kit at home, including fire extinguishers which are available for home use. When travelling, use protective gears such as helmets.
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2016-08-30
#20
Name: Ashna
Subject:  RE:Checklist for Child's Safety at Home
Most of the cases of babies that come to the hospital are that he drank some phenol or other liquid that was kept in the bathroom or in the kitchen. So make sure that does not happen to your child.
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