The most innocent among us need to be protected from hazards in the environment. You wouldn't have a house without a baby barrier on the stairs or latches on the cupboards. Why would you bring baby home to house where the doors can amputate their fingers with a gentle breeze?
Statistics show that the scenario above is not all that uncommon. Many babies are lucky and keep their fingers. Many are not so lucky.
SoftSlam can take the wham! out of a door. When the door "rests" on the SoftSlam, there is still plenty of room for a small finger to safely linger in the jamb. A larger finger may feel a bit of pressure. A big finger can feel a pinch. Compare that to "a small finger can be severed. A larger finger can be crushed. A big finger can be seriously damaged or broken." I know what I would chose.
SoftSlam - for the baby that you love. www.anti-slammer.com