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BLANKET PINS THAT WILL NOT TEAR THE BLANKETS
When you pin a baby's blankets down in a cot with ordinary safety pins, he will tear the pins out out of the covers when he kicks. Kiddicraft "Floaties" consist of a set of six strong safety pins each attached to a split plastic ring. The rings can be sprung open so that they clip around the bars of the cot allowing a few inches of up-and-down movement when baby kicks. The slight movement prevents the blankets from tearing.
British patent number 769072 and foreign patents.
Age: from 3 months
Year : 1958
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