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Creating safer homes together

We all want our homes to be a safe place. When we work together, we can reduce the risk of accidents.

We all want our homes to be a safe place. IKEA can help you prevent accidents at home. Please work with us to make your home a safer place.

Secure furniture to the wall can effectively prevent furniture tip-over accidents. We urge you to inspect your IKEA chests of drawers and dressers to ensure that they are securely anchored to the wall using the restraints provided in the packaging.

If you need a replacement restraint kit to secure the IKEA furniture in your home, please contact our customer service counter where you made your purchase to get a free kit.

A safe sleeping environment for babies



 

Tip 1: Keep your baby sleeping on his/her back. It is not recommended to let your baby sleep on his/her stomach to avoid pressure on the breathing.

Tip 2: Be sure to remove any unnecessary items in the cot, such as extra bedding, toys, soft toys and others, since these items may hinder your baby's breathing.

Tip 3: Make sure your baby sleeps in the cot. It is not recommended to let babies sleep with adults because adult beds have sheets, duvets and other fluffy fabrics, which may hinder the baby's normal breathing function.

Tip 4: The temperature of babies is higher than that of children and adults, so a sleeping bag is enough to keep them warm, which also avoids fabrics that might cover the face. Make sure to expose the baby's arms so that he can move freely.

Create a safe sleeping environment for babies. (Health Promotion Administration website)

Secure furniture to ensure safety



 
  1. Secure it to the wall! Furniture taller than 75 cm (children's furniture taller than 60 cm) must be anchored to the wall.
  2. Use the tip-over restraint provided with the product and the proper hardware for your wall type to secure your furniture to the wall.
  3. Never put a TV or other heavy objects on top of a chest of drawers or any furniture not intended for use with a TV.
  4. Place heavy objects in the lowest drawers.
  5. Never let children climb or hang on drawers, doors or shelves.

Secure it! Wall anchoring guide



 

Furniture must be securely attached to the wall.

Please use the proper hardware for your wall type to secure your furniture to the wall. If your wall material is not listed on the list or you have any questions, please consult with an IKEA service co-worker.
Wall material

Wooden wall

Anchoring guide

If your wall is made of solid wood, you can use screws specialized for wood. No drilled holes are needed.
Wall material
Concrete/Brick wall
Anchoring guide
Solid wall Must drill holes in advance using screws with plugs—mark the holes on the wall and drill holes, insert the plugs into the hole, then you can fix the screws. Please note that to prevent the plug from loosening, the length of the screw should be greater than the length of the plug.
Hollow wall Toggle-style.
Wall material
Plaster wall
Anchoring guide
Use screw with plug to secure it.
Different wall materials require different types of anchoring devices.
When you anchor your furniture to the wall, make sure to use anchoring devices suitable for the walls in your home, sold separately. If you need any questions, please consult with our experts.


 

A good helper that secures your furniture to the wall


 


 

Take precautions to make a safer home


 
Accidents can happen, especially when you have kids, you should pay more attention. Being prepared can stop the most severe accidents from happening.
Our home safety and child safety products are simple to install and use, and span every area of the home.