With UNDVIKA corner bumpers you can easily reduce the risk of your child getting hurt on the sharp corners of tables and cabinets.In order to achieve optimal adhesion the corner bumper should be left with no weight on for at least 48 hours.The adhesive tape can leave marks when the product is removed.Clean the surfaces with window cleaner before fixing the tape. Do not use cleaning agents containing oil or soap.After fixing the tape to the surface, the device should not be moved and reused since this affects the adhesive's strength.The tape can only be used on smooth surfaces such as painted or lacquered wood/metal and glass, or foiled particleboard.Only for indoor use.
Clean the surfaces with window cleaner before fixing the tape. Do not use cleaning agents containing oil or soap.
BPA (Bisphenol A) freeIKEA has banned BPA (Bisphenol A) in plastic products in the children’s range (0-7 years) and in all food-contact products. IKEA phased out BPA in 2006.
They WorkJEREMYThey work until you run into them hard - Then they pop off. They save your knees and shins on that first bump. Then they seem to fall off everytime after, if you bump them again. We got them for the grand baby but I hit furniture more often than she does.4
Don’t workDELI thought these would be a lifesaver from the harsh corners of our Malm bed. They were easy to put on the corners of the bed but unfortunately, one can still ding their shins. Unfortunately they don’t work for what we are trying to do.1
Does not workASHLEYThese do not work as true corner protection- they are too flat and hard, so the corner is still partially exposed due to their thinness. The adhesive is not very sticky and of the ones we’ve used I find myself constantly replacing them because they just pop off. Overall not worth it and would not recommend, there are much better, safer options out there.1