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The COVERPLUG™ Review and Giveaway


Safety is always a big concern when raising little ones, it would seem they can turn almost anything into a hazard. The most dangerous and easily accessible is electricity provided by those lovely outlets that are placed right at baby level. There are lots of different products that you can use to cover them but this one seems to be the easiest and most effective.

COVERPLUG™ covers the entire outlet as opposed to a small clip that only covers a portion. Believe it or not there are babies determined enough to pick those ones off, I have seen it done by my own child. The Coverplug keeps little fingers safe and small objects out by covering the entire unit tightly and securely.


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 use a specially designed plastic that is easily paintable to match your wall color. The COVERPLUG™ is an excellent child proofing product.  The COVERPLUGS plugs into standard grounded double outlets found in Canada and the United States.
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! Visit www.coverplug.com to order yours!

If you want to give COVERPLUG™ a try then enter to win a pack of them below! 

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