November 18 2016
Children aren't always aware of what's safe to ingest. Certain items use special child-resistant caps because they are commonly found in homes and may cause serious harm to children if consumed. Examples of items that use child-resistant packaging include prescription drugs, medications and household cleaning products.
Child-resistant packaging makes the product difficult for children to open (the design of child-resistant packaging must not be difficult for adults to open). Instructions for the cap will indicate to the adult user how to open the product (for example, push down and turn to open).
Be aware that child-resistant packaging does not mean that items should be kept within reach of children. Keep dangerous products away from children - packaging is your last line of defense.
For products that require child-resistant packaging, you'll find safe closures
that are compatible with our bottles.