Safety 1st Finger Pinch Guard

Safety 1st Finger Pinch Guard

Keep your child’s little hands safe next to doors. Easily attaches to any door to help prevent pinched fingers. Made of a soft flexible material. Prevents door from closing. Soft, flexible material. Easily attaches to most doors.

Main features

  • The product is Door Slam Stopper
  • Easy and simple use kit
  • The product is manufactured in China
  • Helps protect little hands and fingers from pinching accidents
  • Soft, flexible foam forms a soft cushion between the edge of the door and the frame
  • Easy to attach
  • No drilling

Verified reviews


My kids have stopped playing with the door all together

This pinch guard goes on easy (and comes off easy on the rare occasion that we want to close the door to our playroom). The kids used to play with the door so much we talked about just taking it off. Someone was always getting their fingers pinched.Since we got this they actually stopped playing with the door all together since it won’t close.I would have given it 5 stars if it was just a little thicker – if it was it would also be able to prevent the hinge from closing on little fingers too.Overall, it does what it says it does, for a good price, without being permanent.

Leah Granite, OK

Kitchen drawer playtime safe!

I got this in hopes of using it to keep the kitchen drawer open so that my baby could play and not pinch her fingers… It works!! I open the drawer and put it on the back corner and when she pushes on it to stand it wedges into the corner and makes the drawer stay open. Love it!

Millie East Quogue, NY

works as directed

I think these are sturdier than others we’ve tried and they makes them good for insistant toddlers. Very good product.

Dolly Manhattan, KS

Highly recommend

Love it! I don’t have to worry about pinched fingers anymore. We put it in top if the door and you don’t even notice it’s there.

Sue Farwell, MI

Must Have

I try to keep ahead of what will harm my kids like covers over the oven knobs and a lock proof top for sparkletts water dispenser. These are great too. I can put them high enough that the kids can’t get to them and don’t have to worry about squished fingers. My husband bought too many and he ended up using one on a remote for the TV so that the kids would stop losing it. Talk about a great way to repurpose this thing. It is sturdy and will stand up over time.

Melisa Harbor City, CA

Works great

I have a set of double doors going into the media room. The door monkey won’t work on those. This foam piece s perfect. The doors won’t shut, no pinched fingers.

Millicent Tuckahoe, NJ

Worth the money.

This pinch guard is great. It stays in place and super thick. It’s a little pricey, but you get a good product.

Joy Spanish Fork, UT

Great product and a great price

I actually use this to keep the door open to the room where we keep the cat’s litter box. Its a subtle product and keep guests from closing the door.

Velma Windsor, VA

saves little fingers

We are buying more of these.We bought two originally to keep our door cracked and the baby room door cracked so we aren’t opening and shutting doors all the time. It’s just enough to let the crying noise through but not the lights from the rest of the house.They have withstood twin teething toddlers, and fit our doors great. We live in a house with doors from the 60s.Most of the bad reviews about these are on exterior doors being slammed or blown by wind… all I can say is they can withstand the slamming of a toddler really well.

Eleanor Colfax, WA

Good protection from slams.

My oldest son got his finger caught in a door jam at school, after spending time in the ER we were not going to let it happen again. This works great to protect from pinches, but will do nothing if your child veers toward the space hinge side.

Jaime Mc Camey, TX

Prevented pinches on one side… not the other

I had high hopes for these little guys but no such luck. Easy packaging literally open and they are ready to go. I put one on my bathroom door and it worked to prevent it slamming on my son’s fingers, but it left the gap at the other side of the door where the hinges are, where he eventually worked his way over and CRUNCH slammed them in there instead. :(I am sure these were designed for the one option on the door and they work for that, but they did not address the other side and for that I give it a 2 star.I have since removed them and found that my daughter uses them as elf ears for dress up. awesome.

Lesa Northway, AK

Handy & cheap!

I had found a couple of these at a local discount store that were on sale that I just couldn’t pass up. I thought they might be a little too good to be true but for $1.50 each I figured it wasn’t a lot to risk. Well, these are great! We have one on our 15-lite dining room door that our 20 month toddler will sometimes close (or slam) and one on her bedroom door. It makes me feel so much better not having to worry about her slamming her fingers in the door. It also helps on her bedroom door from hitting the squeaky spot (when we go in to check on her at night so we don’t wake her).Very easy to take on the go to grandparents/hotel!

Sylvia Brookline Station, MO