Added the design that you can just snap in without screws. File name base_slanted and Cover.
The inside is slightly slanted so the cover will hold in place at least before it wears out. It is a tight fit. Angle it in
Are you tired of the brownification of underwear panic created by accidentally turning on the garbage disposal instead of the overhead light and wanting a cover that properly indicates serious business? Are you tired of conducting a light show symphony for your neighbors when playing the 4 light switch panel instrument? Do you just want to feel like you are about to launch some missiles when turning on the lights? Are you tried of Morty killing your test subjects?
If you answered yes to any of these than the missile cover for light switches might be for you.
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