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Child-proofing the area with Soft Surfaces

When I was young our playground was used to be the sands, the ground itself or the dried hay in the rice fields. It didn't matter to us however it felt - hard, itchy, sticky - as long as we could play in it.

In school, during the Physical Education, we used to play indoor games in an area or covered court with cemented hard surfaces. Of course, trouble or accidents happens and since the surface is hard we end up with some minor injuries like bruises.


When I became a mom, I realize that I can no longer let my kids play in the same way we did when we were young. I should always think of safety, cleanliness and comfort of the place they play, study or do their day-to-day activities.

Because I want to give the best for my kids, I searched for ways on how to child-proof the places they roam around especially when they were still babies. I found out that there are products that could help me with my concern by installing rubber surfaces in their play are like the nursery wetpour playground that we built for the kids. The soft surfaces will keep them safe and comfortable at all times. I don't have to worry of them getting bumps and bruises because of the hard surfaces.


I have also discovered that Soft Sufaces is not just about playground safety but it can also be used in sports surfacing, school safety or garden DIY. Their products include rubber mulch, artificial grass, and many other types of flooring that can be used for outdoor playgrounds, pavements, and courts - almost everywhere that needs safety. Their products come in different colors which make it perfect for a nursery or any place that needs bright colors to be more noticeable and attractive.

Soft Surfaces make it easy for parents to give a better and safer place for kids where they play and learn. It also helps institutions provide better comfort for people that uses their facility. Soft Surfaces encourages learning, development and active life to everyone minus the trouble. Now I can let my kids play actively without being worried at all times.

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