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2. the clip is hinged-like a gate- at one end.
No incidents or injuries were reported in Canada.
Solve both problems with one economical purchase.
Install a minimum of 1 kit with two point attaching.
It should only open away from the pool.
Some points to consider with baby swings:
My son and his wife just purchased their first home.
We are a pretty hopeless couple as far as DIY.
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