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Learn how to install and use sliding electical Outlet covers. Michelle from childproofmyhome.com shows you how to install ...
and use sliding plate covers, the best way to baby proof your electrical wall outlets.
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Hi! Today we're talking electrical safety. You know those outlets around your house are an open invitation to curious toddler's hands. So that's why it's so important to keep them covered. Now used to be that the answer was those removable plugs that you can just stick in but now we've something much better.
Sliding plate covers, they're so easy to install. All you need is a small flathead screwdriver. Here's what we do.
First, before you do anything else turn off the electricity at the breaker box just to be safe.
Next there's a screw in the center of your existing plate covers. All you've to do is unscrew it. Lefty loosey. Once you've got that unscrewed you can just pull it right off. Then here is your new cover. Just line up the holes, put it on and screw it back into place.
Now one thing you're going to want to be careful of, is to make sure that you get the right kind. The one that I'm screwing in here, this is a standard plate cover. It's got one screw hole in the middle. There is also the decor models which have a screw at the top and bottom. Make sure that you get the right ones for your house.
We're done. All we've to do is test it out. Here is my plug. I'm just going to plug it in and if I plug it in the normal way, it won't go in, nothing happens. I have to push in and then slide it over and then it sticks right in. When I'm ready to pull it out, it snaps back into place.
So your outlet is always covered and no one can stick anything in there that shouldn't belong. The plate outlet covers are great addition to any home.