DO I EVEN NEED A COOKER GUARD?
"Mummy, look what a high tower I've built", your firstborn calls from the living room. You go to inspect his work of art and tell him how proud you are of him. In the back of your mind, you know that your second-born will now be alone in the kitchen for a short moment. Dinner for the whole family is cooking on the cooker. Nothing will happen, you think, I'll be right back.
But just as quickly, disaster strikes. Your little one just wants to take a look at what you're doing on the cooker, pulls on the pot and spills the boiling pasta water not only over his hands, but also over his face and chest.
A cooker guard is an indispensable device in your household with small children, because the cooker can quickly become a life-threatening risk for curious little hands. The cooker guard protects your child from bad burns and scalds, on the one hand from hot hot plates, but also from pots or pans filled with hot liquids that have been pulled down.
Despite all efforts, it may happen that your child is unobserved for a few minutes. This time is enough for your child to explore your cooker and get badly injured.
WHERE CAN I BUY A COOKER GUARD?
A cooker guard can be purchased right here. The reer brand has stood for quality and experience in child safety products for decades.
Depending on your ideas about the design and the conditions in your kitchen, you can choose from various cooker guard models and designs from reer. Attaching the cooker guard is child's play for all models and here too you can choose according to your preferences whether you prefer to attach the guard by means of adhesive surfaces or by screwing it to the worktop. Regular cleaning and removal of the grid that is no longer needed is also possible with all models without any problems. In addition to our own online shop, you can of course also find our cooker guards in any well-stocked baby shop.
CAN I ALSO PROTECT THE CONTROL PANEL OF MY COOKER AGAINST BEING SWITCHED ON UNINTENTIONALLY?
Yes, you can also secure the cooker knobs, and this is highly recommended if they are within reach of your child (i.e. at least if the knobs are located on the front of the cooker). Unintentional switching on of the cooker is not only a risk of injury for your child, but also a fire hazard for your home. In addition, your child can cause liquids to boil over, flow from the cooker and put your child in danger by accidentally turning up the power when setting up the cooker. reer offers childproof locks for the cooker with and without a switch cover. A cooker guard without a switch cover is particularly suitable for appliances that have a touch control panel, because this is usually located on the work surface.