Choosing Toy Storage Organizer

Apr 16th

Toy storage organizer can help keep your home from growing messy. Allowing your kids a place to keep their valuable items when they aren’t playing with them. When choosing a toy box for your children, there are a number of safety factors to consider. Toy boxes can be dangerous, catch your child inside if the lid is closed and is too heavy for her to lift again on her own. Hinges can pinch small fingers.

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Select a toy storage organizer without a lid. Locks are one of the most dangerous features of toy boxes, as they can fall on children and fractures, or even catch them inside if the lid falls while playing in the box. Look for a toy box with a hook guard that locks the lid open when used, but does not lock the lid when it is closed. Fuses keep the lid from falling on a child during play.

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Make sure the toy storage organizer has air holes around the sides and in the cover. Air holes allow children to breathe in case they are trapped. Search for a toy box with spaces between the lid and the box. These deficiencies can prevent your child’s fingers from being pinched or pinched when the lid is closed. Choose a toy box with rounded or padded edges to reduce the risk of accidents. Sharp corners are dangerous, especially for small toddlers just learning to walk.