Review: Protection Plus

Monday, September 14, 2009 Posted by Dina N

Have you ever walked into a sliding glass door? Painful and embarrassing at the same time. Or have you told your kids a million times not to open those car windows? I know how I wished there was a way to keep them closed while driving on the interstate at 70 miles per hour.

I came across a simple yet very effective product called Protection Plus. This is a set of two star-shaped "locks" made of heavy duty PVC materials, with a suction cup backing. The plastic is semi-transparent and they look quite good on sliding doors and windows. The stars can easily be mistaken for decorations! I discovered they hold in place securely and prevent windows or sliding doors from being open. You can also use them to keep windows partially open for ventilation purposes. The stars can be placed as a security measure on a partially-open door, as they help "lock" it in place to prevent the door from opening any further. These eliminate having to use that old stand-by - the broom stick handle, a rock or a piece of wood - to prop the door open!

Another way you can use Protection Plus is as an extra handle on a sliding door. The stars can be placed inside or outside on a shower door to hang on a towel or your bathrobe. You can actually hang much more than that, since they hold a weight of up to 50 lbs.

The product can withstand temperature changes and can be used as a decorative hook for plants or holiday decorations on doors or windows.

The starts come in three colors: mint green, light blue or clear. I tried the clear ones - not the green set you see in the picture - and quite like their look and their many uses.

Protection Plus is available on www.inventhelpstore.com. Suggested retail price is $19.95 + S&H for a package of two stars.

Many thanks to Bostick Communications for sending me a sample for review.

2 comments:

  1. Anne said...

    When I was about 8 years old I ran *smack* into a sliding glass door. The neighbor I was going to see (a friend of my grandparents) felt so bad she put a suncatcher on the door so it would not happen again. =)

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