StayPut™ Corner Protectors


Furniture corner guard protectors

furniture corner guards
Child proof Edge protector
Rubber corner protector
baby proof corner bumpers
Glass table corner protector guard

Qdos Advantages

Many other corner protectors can easily be pulled off by small children creating new hazards. Our SecureHold adhesive offers a high-performance and durable bond specifically designed to secure the Corner Protectors to your table or furniture.
Soft is not always safe. In order to get a strong and secure installation, the adhesive must adhere to a solid material. Our solid inner core has a shock-absorbing over-mold for impact protection, providing optimal protection for your child.
Why only protect the child from the top of a table? Qdos understands many corners create hazards from both above and below. Many table corners require protection - use one on the top and another on the bottom for complete protection.
All children chew on things, so we made this with non-toxic food grade plastic. Exceeds European and US bite test standards.
By following the removal instructions, Qdos SecureHold Adhesive can be removed without damaging most surfaces.

Stayput™ Corner Protectors FAQs

Soft is not always safe. In order to get a strong and secure installation, the adhesive must adhere to a solid material. Our solid inner core has a shock-absorbing over-mold (which is softer then it looks) for impact protection, providing optimal protection for your child.

So far corner protectors have been made of either foam or silicone. The problem with both of these materials is that adhesives do not stick well to them. The result is that the adhesive sticks well to the table or furniture, while the adhesion to the foam or silicone corner protector itself is weak and the child can easily pull them off to their parents frustration.

To solve that problem, the Qdos Corner Protectors uses two different materials. The inner core is made of a high quality plastic that adhesive adheres really well to. The outer is a soft plastic that is over molded for protection. This ensures that Corner Protectors really stick to the table or furniture and a child is not able to pull it off.

Protecting from the top corner is obvious to everyone, but the reality is that children love to play under tables. They quickly forget that they are under the table and then suddenly try to stand up possibly causing an injury on a lower corner. So by also putting a Corner Protector on the underside you protect for injuries in both directions.
Use a rounded knife and carefully pry under the Corner Protector until the tape tears. Be careful not to damage furniture with the knife. For remaining tape residue, use a finger to simply rub it away. If any residue still remains, use a cleaner that will not damage the surface you are removing the residue from. There is no way to test all possible surfaces SecureHold Adhesive will be applied to; please use caution when removing to avoid damaging the surface. SecureHold adhesive may cause damage to some surfaces
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