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CoverPlug – Printable Outlet Cover Summer Giveaway #Coverplug

When my daughter started to crawl and explore every corner of the house, we as parents were really worried for her safety. We tried out best to baby proof the house, from the sharp table corners, to open outlets which were within her reach, to kitchen cabinets. While we were working on baby proofing our house, we had to struggle a lot putting on the covers we got to hide the outlets as they were pretty complicated. I really wished for something more simpler and not requiring using tools.

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Recently, I got a chance to review CoverPlug which make your sockets completely disappear making your home a safer place for your baby. These covers are so easy to use and do not require  any tool to put them on. I was able to put them on using one hands! Can’t believe something so simple like this existed! These coverplugs aligns with the outlet’s ground opening creating a durable barrier. They snug on so tightly that even an adult has difficulty removing them, so there is no question that your baby would be able to take them off! Plus, they look aesthetically pleasing than other cheap plastic covers that I have tried before.

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The best part is that these are printable so you can cover them to match the walls in your room. With the same colour as your walls they would completely disappear and your baby would no more be tempted to check what’s behind them. Moreover, the quality of these cover plugs is excellent. They are not made of flimsy material that is prone to breakage, instead these are pretty study and durable.

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Here is what Greenwald Brands has to say about their product:

The COVERPLUG™ is a durable, molded, and paintable plastic panel that plugs right into an electrical socket to cover the entire outlet. This innovative outlet cover is held securely in place by posts on the back that align with the ground openings and require no tools for installation or removal. They are made in the USA and use a specially designed plastic that is easily paintable to match your wall color. The COVERPLUG™ is an excellent child proofing product.

The COVERPLUG™ serves two main functions:
Creates a physical and visual barrier between your family and electrical outlets.Covers unsightly outlets and makes them virtually disappear!

For a safer home and seamless walls, the COVERPLUG™ is the only option!

You can purchase COVERPLUG here.

Now comes the best part!

Greenwald brand has generously offered me a chance to host a GIVEAWAY for my readers. So try your luck to win a box of COVERPLUG (A box has 2 cover plugs).

To win enter HERE.

Disclaimer: One winner will receive a box of CoverPlug Outlet Cover (One box has 2 cover plugs) for free. Giveaway will start on 22th July 2015 at 12 AM EST and end on 29TH July 2015 at 12 AM EST. This giveaway is open to U.S  as well as Canadian Residents. Winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. I am in no way responsible for prize fulfillment, The prize will directly be shipped from the company and my role is only to provide the company with all the details of the winner. I have received the product mentioned above for free in return for my honest and unbiased opinion. 

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6 Comments

  1. MamaSmith says

    We use the plug ins for outlets. I also have foam padding around the edges of the fireplace and the cabinets/drawers are baby proofed.

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    • Foam Padding around the fireplace is a good idea. We don’t have a fireplace so never had to opt for that…lol

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