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White Furniture Safety Strap

  • Secures your furniture to the wall to prevent tipping
  • Designed to install without damaging furniture
  • Great for earthquake-prone areas and families
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Product Overview

The QuakeHOLD! White Furniture Safety Strap is designed to help prevent damage and injury from earthquakes by securing tall, top heavy furniture from toppling. These state-of-the-art flexible nylon straps reduce the risk of furniture pulling out from the wall or breaking like other brackets
  • For use on heavy bookcases, china cabinets, wall units, entertainment centers, grandfather clocks, fish tanks and more
  • All hardware is included for securing a large piece of furniture up to 500 lb.
  • Straps secure to a wall stud and are hidden from view
  • Easy peel-and-press installation to furniture
  • No holes or damage to furniture

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1 in
Product Height (in.)
9.5 in
Product Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Fastener Callout Size
NA
Fastener Type
Furniture Connector
Finish Family
White
Material
Other
Package Quantity
1
Primary Use
Secure furniture to the wall to prevent tip & fall
Product Weight (lb.)
.3 lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Standard manufacturer's warranty against defects only

Questions & Answers

14Questions14Answers

Where should these be positioned on a bunk bed? It's the stacking kind with two separate beds.

Asked by bunkbedlady January 8, 2021
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Our Furniture Safety Strap can certainly help fasten your bunk bed. Depending on the weight of the bed plus the included weight of potential occupancy you might need to purchase two sets of straps (one set of straps is recommended for 500 pounds or lighter). If there are two separate sections to the bed, for example if the top bunk is a separate piece and simply sits on the bottom bunk, you will need to fasten each separate piece of furniture to the wall using these straps. If you feel the adhesive mounting method is not enough for your bunk bed, we also include furniture screws when extra piece of mind is needed. Please follow all included instructions when installing the straps.

The overview states: "All hardware is included for securing a large piece of furniture up to 500 ...

Asked by AB September 1, 2020
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Nothing else is needed. Simple install. Safe

Placement of curio cabinet is 1/2 flush against wall with light plugin outlet located in middle of unit 12” ht from

Asked by Lo1 April 30, 2020
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The straps are on both the wall and the unit attached to. To clean you would have to unscrew from cabinet or wall which is easier. This will disconnect the cabinet and will need to be redone to secure unit back on wall.

Would this work to secure a bunk bed to the wall? If not, do you have a product that would work?

Asked by Wifemomdaughtersister March 20, 2020
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Our Furniture Safety Strap can certainly help fasten your bunk bed. Depending on the weight of the bed plus the included weight of potential occupancy you might need to purchase two sets of straps (one set of straps is recommended for 500 pounds or lighter). If there are two separate sections to the bed, for example if the top bunk is a separate piece and simply sits on the bottom bunk, you will need to fasten each separate piece of furniture to the wall using these straps. If you feel the adhesive mounting method is not enough for your bunk bed, we also include furniture screws when extra piece of mind is needed. Please follow all included instructions when installing the straps.

How many safety straps per box?

Asked by MD January 27, 2020
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Our QuakeHOLD! Furniture Safety Straps include two safety straps which is enough to properly secure one piece of heavy furniture.

Can this White Furniture Safety Strap be used to secure a stacked washer/dryer? I noticed this it...

Asked by InSoCal January 22, 2019
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If your washer / dryer are two separated units, they will first need to be joined together or each unit will need it's own fastening strap solution. We would not suggest using our QuakeHOLD! Office File Cabinet Strap as it's max holding strength is 325 lbs. Either the Big Screen / Appliance Safety Strap or Furniture Safety Straps will work. Both straps require a little bit of slack between the wall and the unit being secured, if you are worried about length we would suggest using the Big Screen / Appliance Safety Strap as it's 48 inches long. The furniture strap, although might match your color better, is only 15 inches long. Please keep in mind both of the straps will require the end to be drilled into a wall stud, take caution when drilling near your plumbing.

The instructions say to "leave at least 1" slack in the strap between wall and furniture" -- so I...

Asked by Gonzo January 10, 2019
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The extra slack is intended for earthquake safety. During an earthquake event, the house / wall will begin shaking and if the straps are holding the piece of furniture tightly, the furniture will begin to shake with the wall. Allowing extra slack lets the wall shake independently and not the furniture, but still lets the strap do it's job of the shaking is enough to tip the furniture. If you are not in a earthquake region and are using the furniture straps to prevent tipping from a child climbing it, you can secure the strap tightly without slack. Thank you for reaching out.

I dont really want to rely on adhesive for safety, is there a grommet where I can screw it to the furniture instead?

Asked by Jimmy December 4, 2018
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Yes. Though I must say that the adhesive is pretty seriously strong.

How many come in a package - is it just 2? Thanks!

Asked by Owen4him August 22, 2018
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Yes, our QuakeHOLD! Furniture Straps include 2 straps intended to be used for one piece of furniture.

Its for a kids toy/book case. I have to leave 3" between the unit and the wall. Will this strap a...

Asked by Sue August 2, 2018
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Our QuakeHOLD! Furniture Safety Straps are 15" in length, you should have plenty of strap to allow for a 3" gap. Just ensure the strap is placed for enough on the book case to where it would become taught as the furniture begins to tip forward. Don't leave too much slack.

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easy to install
Very easy to install - as long as I drill a pilot hole before setting screws into the studs. I only rated 4 stars because of easy installation - so far, I haven't experienced the pleasure of testing its use.
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Used them to finish my basement with tall cabinets. Tied...
Used them to finish my basement with tall cabinets. Tied to the rafters there not going anywhere
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was easy to install on my cabinet.
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Easy to apply on 2 book cases. Sturdy and...
Easy to apply on 2 book cases. Sturdy and close to the wall…no gaps.
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