More drownings occur from a toddler falling into toilet water than in outside swimming pools. A toddler is top heavy and, while playing in the water or reaching for a toy that fell in, they also fall in head first, swallowing a gulp of water and drowning because the lid has been left up.
One inhalation of water blocks the windpipe, the baby strangles and this is considered a drowning. Yes, a child can drown in one inch of water in just three seconds.
This lid lok has a special two-point latching system that requires adults and older children to lift on both side tabs, at the same time, to release. Simply re-position the latch over the lid to lock.
Easily mounts to standard or padded toilet lids with no damaging adhesive to harm your residence or a temporary vacation home.
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