How do I make something (see below) child-proof?

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What a doozy? Husband's small canvas paintings are mounted on fabric panels of a partition. Grandchild delights in removing those. Each painting hangs on with a sharp drapery hook that is easily poked thru the fabric. Partition is too heavy and big to be set on top of furniture. It stands on the floor. Help!

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  • Joyce Holden Joyce Holden on Jan 26, 2019

    Until they are older, it might be better to put a plate rail up high on the wall and place the pictures there for awhile.

  • Sto9987562 Sto9987562 on Jan 26, 2019

    In my opinion, if you can’t move it easily when they visit, perhaps you need to remove and store it until they are older. I have things that if my grand babies got into they’d get hurt also. My grand babies are not alone in any area of my home, and I stay on them with no don’t touch!

  • Kelly Denoyer Russell Kelly Denoyer Russell on Jan 26, 2019

    Well first option is remove altogether but next best is to make it child friendly. So you know how they make those new Velcro command hanging strips? You may need to figure out a version of that with the Velcro used in sewing due to fabric. Then get those hooks out of there. Next consider moving valuable pieces higher out of reach or remove when kid comes over. Lastly go get some small canvas ones for kid to paint. Put those on the low end. Set boundaries. We can play with ours but these at the top are for grandpa to play with. Then the Velcro can be stuck on an off easily.

  • Chloe Crabtree Chloe Crabtree 4 days ago

    I would move this to a room or party of the house where your grandchild cannot get to it until they are old enough to understand.