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  1. #1
    bstauss
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    Burns from Metal


    has anybody experienced the accidental burning of child's skin from metal seat belt buckles in hot cars?

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    Caviller
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    An idea....


    I haven't experienced it, but it can certainly happen. Even plastic, vinyl and cloth can be uncomfortable, though they probably won't burn. It's always a good idea to keep a thin white sheet or cover over the carseat if it's left out in the sun for an extended period.

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