The Toe Protective Padding can be temporarily affixed to the legs of furniture and other household objects that present hard points of contact to help ease the pain of stubbed toes.
Inventors Regina L. Miller and Donald L. Miller, Jr. of Proctor, WV have created a protective padding that can be temporarily affixed to the legs of furniture or other household objects that present hard points of contact. This helps to ease the pain of stubbed toes.
Almost everyone has had the unpleasant experience of stubbing their toes on furniture, walls, or other objects in the home. While incredibly painful, in serious cases, toes can even become broken. Inventors Miller have created a means for a padding that can be placed anywhere there is a possibility of injuring ones toes. This foam padding helps to lessen the pain, since feet will now come in contact with the invention, rather than the otherwise hard household surfaces.
This clever new invention protects toes from injury. It is made of memory foam. It has a self-adhesive backing. It will not damage furniture. The invention is great for small living spaces, the elderly, diabetics, and kids. The use of the Toe Protective Padding protects from stubbed toes in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.