Retailers Go Cordless Today!

Take a moment to think of the movements you have seen come and go throughout your lifetime. Now I encourage you to ponder what worldly issues may be right outside your front door, or more alarming yet, right inside your front door. That’s right, your window blind coverings. Beginning December 15th a walk through your local retailer will look a bit different. What consumers will find are cordless window blind coverings being held in stock rather than the traditional blinds … Read More

Effective Safety Standards Creates Safer Products

PFWBS Is Generating Change  Parents for Window Blind Safety has made educating and advocating for the safety of parents and children alike a priority over the last sixteen years. Linda Kaiser, a crusader in the realm of window blind coverings, has started the ball rolling into an era of improved household safety. When Linda found her one year old daughter, Cheyenne, strangulated by the cord of their blinds everyone was looking around, but Linda was looking for something that hadn’t … Read More

Five Reasons To Go Cordless If You Don’t Have Kids

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Updating our homes seems like a never ending to-do list in our lives.  When thinking about updating, so many things are overlooked that could make a differance in more ways that one.  Consider what covers your windows.  Not only can it make a differnace in how it makes a room look, but some window coverings can make a differance in your utlity bill.  October is Window Covering Safety month but to many, they may overlook going cordless because they don’t … Read More

New Redesigned Corded Window Blinds and Shades Causing Injuries and Deaths in Kids

ST. LOUIS, MO (PRWEB) OCTOBER 25, 2016 As Window Covering Safety Month comes to an end, Parents for Window Blind Safety (PFWBS) reminds consumers to check their window coverings for exposed pull/tilt cords (of any length) and loose inner cords. Parents should be aware that even newly purchased window coverings can cause strangulation if they have cords. In July 2016, a 2 year old girl died when she hung on the cord of a horizontal blind that was manufactured in … Read More

How to Plan for a Child’s Funeral

If you are reading this, chances are you or someone you know has been thrust into the club that no one wants to join— the club no one wished existed. And yet here you are. And while you might feel overwhelmed and alone at this point in your grief journey, know that others have gone before you and walked a similar path. It is from the experiences of other grieving parents that PFWBS has compiled suggestions that hopefully will provide … Read More

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