Micky Ha Ha Power Point Safety Cover

Put your child’s safety first, with Micky Ha Ha’s Power Point Safety Cover, which prevents electrocutions, by stopping children from pulling out plugs, or turning switches on or off. It’s the only product on the market that conveniently allows plugs to remain installed when in use. The cover will also cover some smaller horizontal wall plugpack chargers.

Two child-resistant catches and a rounded, all-clear design will provide piece of mind to parents. The universal design is compatible with all Australian standard-size single or double power points.

The Micky Ha Ha Power Point Safety Cover is also ideal for workshop areas where dust, dirt and sparks are a problem. The safety cover protects the power point and prevents accidental unplugging.

Install via the supplied adhesive tape and with screws. Proudly Australian made and owned.


The two piece Micky Ha Ha Power Point Safety Cover fits over all Australian standard size single and double power points (Max 12cm W X 8cm H). Outlets in the cover exist to enable power cords to remain installed when in use. To remove the cover, hold down the tabs on both sides of the base to lever out. Simply click back into place to replace the cover.


Two self-adhesive tape strips are included and the base also has two holes so the base can be screwed into the wall. We strongly recommend using both the self adhesive tape and screwing the covers to the wall as the most sound installation method. The self-adhesive tape increases in strength over time so allow the tape to cure for at least 3 days before touching the base or attaching the cover to the base.

To attach, detach the cover from the base,  peel off the outer tape cover and firmly press the base onto a dry, flat surface (not suitable for use on uneven surfaces or brick walls).

Insert screws into the holes in the top and bottom of the base and tighten with a screwdriver.


A damp cloth should be used to clean your Micky Ha Ha Power Point Safety Cover.
Do not use solvent-based cleaners, abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals, as this could cause discolouration and damage the surface.