The 6 Best Furniture Edge Guards

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This wiki has been updated 23 times since it was first published in March of 2017. When you have highly-active little ones running around, it's wise to keep them protected from sharp and hard table and cabinet corners with a set of furniture edge guards. Made from a variety of foam, rubber and plastic materials, they come in a wide range of colors to match your decor, while offering dependable impact absorption. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Roving Cove

2. Skyla Homes Cushions

3. Komfortology Bumper

Editor's Notes

August 21, 2019:

If you've ever slammed your shin or knee into a sharp edge or corner, you know firsthand why these furniture edge guards are a good investment--especially if you have a mobile youngster in the house. They can bring you a little more peace of mind knowing that your toddler or crawler is protected from those sharp edges.

You want to look for protectors that, first and foremost, are not hazards in themselves. They should be non-toxic and should not present a choking hazard if a child were to pull them out of position. That's why we like the Skyla Homes Cushions and gave them one of our top slots. They should not come off, but if they do, they're too large for a child to get into her mouth and they're made of non-toxic materials. We also like the inconspicuous look of the Wemk Transparent. You can cover sharp edges without ruining the look of your furniture.

4. CalMyotis Protectors

5. Wemk New Transparent

6. Elf Star

Joseph Perry
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