About this item
- Helps prevent children from putting sharp objects or fingers into unused electrical outlets
- Removable and reusable
- 36 pack
- Easy installation
Q: Do these have 2 or 3 prongs?
A: 2 but they will cover 3submitted byLauren H - 6 years ago
A: These plug protectors have 2 prongs.submitted bySafety 1st Product Expert - 6 years agoBrand expert
A: these have two prongs.submitted bynasa0804 - 6 years ago
Q: Are these plugs made with soft plastic? Other brands made of hard plastic can break and leave a prong in the wall which requires a electrician for removal.
A: Hi there. Thank you for your question. These are made with a hard plastic, however, it’s a very low risk of breaking since these plug protectors are made to withstand common forces without breaking.submitted byDorelJuvenileSupport - 2 years agoBrand expert
A: I asked the original 'hard plastic' question. Long ago I purchased some Safety 1st socket protectors and they were made from soft plastic which is advantageous in cold environments because the the prongs do not freeze/harden like other brands with hard plastic do. I have broken others, leaving the prong stuck in the wall which necessitated an electrician visit just to remove the broken prong. I use the protectors on the exterior wall outlets to block the inflow of cold air in frigid weather. The soft plastic prongs do not break off even in cold temps.submitted bySharon - 2 years ago
Q: Are these plugs white or frosted?
A: Hello, the Plug Protectors are white in color.submitted byDorelJuvenileSupport - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can these be used to cover outdoor outlets?
A: Hello! Thank you for your question. These have not been tested for outdoor use and we cannot advise how they would hold up to outdoor conditions.submitted byDorelJuvenileSupport - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: There are 36 plugs in the set? I should it 36 sets or 36 pieces? Thank you!
A: Hello. This set has 36 pieces totalsubmitted bySafety 1st Product Expert - 6 years agoBrand expert