For child safety and industrialsafety, cover sharp edges with this 1 inch by 1 inch L shaped flexible edge cushioning. Glue this safety proofing product to sharp
surface edges of round, square or rectangular tables, window sills,
overhangs, etc. Attach to smooth non-porous surfaces with any
Cyanoacrylate glue, also
known as CA glue. Examples are SuperGlue and Zap. For rusted metal or
porous surfaces, a better choice is Liquid Nails or a similar adhesive.
The Kids' Safe Edge Cushionis easily cut to needed length to wrap around the surface edge of round or square tables, to protect shelving in warehouses or "bump proof" any edges. Kids' Edge pads surfaces in homes, daycare centers, offices, and industrial settings. Help prevent cuts, bumps, and bruises for children and adults. Soft, durable, non-toxic, fire-resistant one inch (1") pads cushion countertop edges, tables, overhangs, sharp and protruding edges, tables, shelves, etc. Use on round or square surfaces.
Safety Cushion Features:
One inch (1") edge pad cushion. Shaped like an "L": 1" for the surface and 1" padding the edge.
Pads are about 1/4 inch thick.
Fire resistant: pads smolder, but will not burn.
Cut to size with household scissors.
Cushions conform to round (measure circumference) or square surfaces (combine with Kids' Edge Corners).
Dense, impact absorbent.
Available in black, brown, gray, yellow and ivory.
Available in 12 ft, 100 ft. and 400 ft. lengths.
Contains cushion pad: Use glue or adhesive to attach.
Perfect for wood, Formica, tile, marble, glass, metal, etc.
Cut edge cushion to appropriate length carefully with scissors.
Clean surface to be covered.
Put adhesive on surface or cushion.
Press into place using other edge as guide.
Repeat for second side.
NOT FOR USE ON FIREPLACE HEARTHS. Material is not thick or wide enough for adequate protection. Use Hearth Pads.
Warnings: Not recommended for antiques, expensive furniture or surfaces such as pressed board as removal may cause damage. Ultraviolet rays from sunlight damage many surfaces. Surfaces protected by padding may retain color. Unprotected surfaces may fade. Install protective window film or keep out of direct sunlight to avoid sun damage to furnishings.