Hi all mothers, I am about to make some renovation to my home. No I am not a mother, I am father in case you're wondering. Extremely concern with safety.
My current doors are those plywood, hollow core doors. If anyone here doesn't know what that means, it means, lighter, less dense door. Still wood. But the middle isn't as compact, supported by only a few planks of wood.
I want to change them to solid wooden doors, heavier, more compact.
My MIL raised the issue of if the doors slammed or get clipped on the toddler's finger, it'll be horrible, the solid wooden doors that is.
Would there be any difference actually? Using the hollow core OR the solid doors. I thought every door if slammed onto the fingers, it's going to be horrible or possibly crush those little toddler fingers anyways.. Her thought, raised my worries and I have been thinking and thinking about this whole day long for days.
Anyone have any experience with lighter and heavier door and some door accidents? Thanks.
Any kind of input at all.