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One of the most painful accidents you can have, no matter what age you are, is getting your finger pinched in a door. It causes excruciating pain and may prompt a stream of unfortunate words to flow. But thanks to finger pinch guards, these types of injuries need never happen again. Most pinch guards are made of a durable EVA foam – the same foam that comprises many floor and exercise mats. They slip around the door's edge or over the top to prevent closing. You'll want a pinch guard that is easily mountable, doesn't come loose, and is safe for your door's finish. A different version will lock the door in place when it is slightly open, so there is no danger of pinching.

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