COVERPLUG – Childproofing – Review and Giveaway

The COVERPLUG puts an end to those unsightly, unused and visible electrical outlets. Add a covers to make the sockets virtually disappear. The paintable panel cover will match any decor with a quick and easy paint job. Since my walls are off white I didn’t paint them.


Childproofing your home should be at the top of your list when you have children, which makes this product an excellent choice. Once placed into the socket it is basically non visible to the eye. Nothing will enter the outlet by tiny little fingers. Kids can play safe and not be distracted by an open wall outlet.

COVERPLUGS can be inserted with the posts into the standard grounded double outlets found in Canada and the United States.

We have an outlet by the bed and have used one to keep it covered so there are no accidents through the night.


To find out more or order your own check out COVERPLUG.

CoverPlug and Mama Bears Haven would like to give 1 lucky Canadian reader a chance to add extra safety to your home with their very own set of Coverplugs. Approx, retail value $7-10, 2 per package.

Mama Bears Haven received Coverplugs in order to conduct this review. As always opinions are my own.

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6 Responses to COVERPLUG – Childproofing – Review and Giveaway

  1. Amy C says:

    My house is childproof. I would use them by the kids beds.

  2. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d use it in our den.

  3. Kim D says:

    I have not yet childproofed my home because my little one isn’t crawling yet. I would use these in his bedroom and our living room (two main play areas).

  4. Dayle B. says:

    Have not childproofed our house.
    Plan to give the useful giveaway to
    my son. Baby is arriving soon.
    I am sure they would use it in
    the baby’s room kitchen living room.

  5. seham merzib says:

    not yet and it would be the bedroom

  6. Amanda says:

    I have baby proofed some of the house but we need to do the rest. I think we would use the CoverPlug in the living room as there are some outlets there that don’t get much use but baby can access.