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In the last few years, I have noticed much news where toddlers were got injured due to bad windows, that's why today, I am sharing the best tips for moms to childproof their house windows. 

First of all, keep in mind, it would be unfair if you think your kid shouldn't open the window. However, you only need to make sure that your kid is not available to open the windows more than 4 inches. In this regard, you can use a childproof window latch. 

Secondly, don't compromise the quality of the window's glass. Instead of replacing the window's glass, it is always recommended to act upon experts' advice to install windows at home. You should check glasses of windows manually to keep your kid secure. In this regard, you can also apply shard-proof transparent window films on the glass.

In addition, moms should try to place compatible window stops if they are not already installed. Furthermore, as a mother, I always ensure that stops should be placed at the top corner of the window. In that case, kids are not available to open the window.

All in all, either you are a working mom or a household ladies my tips about the baby proofing windows will assist you. However, if you have more suggestion in this regard then you are open to sharing your thoughts with us.

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