Nothing But Purple: Holiday Blog Party Review and Giveaway: Cover Plug   

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Holiday Blog Party Review and Giveaway: Cover Plug

I am glad to have the opportunity to review this product because it keeps my boys safe from putting anything in the plugs around the house and I wanted to share it with you, my readers.


CoverPlug, from the site "By creating seamless walls, the coverPlug provides a visual and physical barrier to the outlet."

That is exactly what it does. The boys do not even notice the plug because well let's face it, the plug is camouflaged. The surface can be painted to match any color that is on the wall. So if you have a bedroom that is painted blue or pink you just take the color you painted the room with and paint the cover and wahla no mistakes. The wonderful thing about painting them is that the wall will look seamless and that plug wont stick out like a sore thumb.

CoverPlug is also sold in stores check them out here.

Watch how easy it was to put in.

See how easy that was. Sorry about the dirty wall, that's where the dog kennel was before we had our carpets cleaned.

So there you have it. The easy to install cover plug plate, right now Connor is banging on the one that is pictured. So it is a heavy duty cover plug as well.

On to the giveaway, two lucky winners will receive one cover plug each.

For your first entry you must go to Cover Plug's website look around and then come back here and tell me where in your house you would put yours in.

This entry must be done first for the extra entries to count.

For extra entries

-Blog this giveaway

-Twitter this giveaway

-Follow my blog

-Follow me on twitter

-Stumble this post

-Favorite me Technorati

-Digg this contest

-What other safety measures have you taken for your home since having a kid(s).

Contest ends Dec 3rd. Open to US residents only.

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30 comments:

  1. I just noticed the badge in your sidebar about the Christmas DVD contest. My son loves Thomas so I'm going to go check it out and enter too. Thanks!

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  2. I would put this in my daughter's bedroom. she has exposed outlets in there.

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  3. i have the original plug covers, the individual ones. they are so hard to get out! i also have a gate on my deck so the baby can't fall down the stairs. and i have the door knob covers so she can't be getting into places she doesn't belong.

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  4. I have a non usable outlet in my bathroom that I would put it in-when we bought the house a few years back they re-wired and I was left with an old, unsightly outlet. I hate looking at it, and this is a great option!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  5. I am now following your blog!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

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  6. I NEED this for my baby's room!

    speak2erin (at) gmail (dot) com

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  7. I would put this in my daughter's room, of course! She is about to turn two, and we are trying to make her room more of a playroom that she hangs out in, not just sleeps in, so these covers would be great. sugary79@aol.com

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  8. Twittered from MyBRUTESQUAD.

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  9. Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in ParentingDecember 3, 2008 at 4:06 PM

    Awesome giveaway! Thank you! These things are awesome!

    I'd put it in the dining room where theres an exposed outlet.

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  10. Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in ParentingDecember 3, 2008 at 4:07 PM

    I'm now following (thought I already was!?)

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  11. Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in ParentingDecember 3, 2008 at 4:10 PM

    I follow you on twitter (did I post that I'm following you yet?)

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  12. Lisa @ Crazy Adventures in ParentingDecember 3, 2008 at 4:12 PM

    Other measures: cabinet locks, baby gates, door knob covers, those tip things that prevent big furniture from tipping. I think there are more but I can't think at the moment.. hmm...

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  13. These are very cool. I'd pass it onto my mom who watches my nephew all the time. It would be great for her living room.

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  14. I would definitely put it in my living room. That's where I like everything to look sleek and oddly enough where my stinkin' toddler loves to mess with 'em! :)

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  15. Follow you on twitter.

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  16. Just stumbled (MommaStaciA)

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  17. Kim @ What's That Smell?December 3, 2008 at 4:32 PM

    I would put it in my family room. There is a wall that is right in the hallway and my daughter is always trying to mess with the outlet.

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  18. Kim @ What's That Smell?December 3, 2008 at 4:34 PM

    I'm following on Twitter

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  19. Mine would go in the kitchen. Mot of my plugs are hidden by a couch, or something, but not this one!

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  20. Kim @ What's That Smell?December 3, 2008 at 4:35 PM

    I stumbled - AccidentalMommy

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  21. I stumbled this post!

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  22. I follow you on twitter!

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  23. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/strawberryredx2/status/1037420939

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  24. we'd put ours in kelsie's room for sure!!

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  25. With two little boys crawling (one almost, one a pro) I NEED a bunch of these so I would start with the living room where they play a lot.
    shannipooh@gmail.com

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  26. I am a follower.
    shannipooh@gmail.com

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  27. Mine would go in the play area in my kitchen, I'm always worried about the kids sticking something in it.

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  28. I follow you on Twitter.

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  29. in the family room! we are going to paint it soon so this would be perfect, especially cause theres one outlet my kids are curious with

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