Childproof Containers?

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Childproof containers are containers that are made in such a way that it is difficult for the average child to open. Children either lack the dexterity needed to open the container and/or they cannot read the instructions as to how to properly open the container. Prescription and over-the-counter medications are almost always put in childproof bottles to avoid giving a child access to a medication that could harm them.
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Containers that are hard for children to open. E.g. Bleach bottles, medicine bottles. Usually involve an action to open them such as pushing down then twistin etc.
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1. Place potentially harmful items on high shelves. Children can be resourceful, so the shelves must be high enough that they can't be reached if the child climbs on a chair or cabinet
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It depends on what you are trying to 'contain'. How big is it? If it's tablets or pills could you find an empty (childproof) pill bottle that you already have and use that? Also,
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Isn't it amazing that with all of the toys available today, kids still find big cardboard packing boxes, pot and pans, cleaning supplies, and all of the "big people stuff"
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they are not very effective if the child is smart otherwise if they dont really care much they wont go looking in that locked place, but children are curious so ...
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