John Lewis Extending Wooden Safety Gate review
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The John Lewis Extending Wooden safety gate is a pretty simple barrier you’ll need to screw in. This means you’ll need to live somewhere that you’re allowed to make holes in your wall or door frame. Find out if it’s also safe and sturdy, and passes all the required tests to make it suitable for use at home, by reading the full review of this wooden stair gate.
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