Your child is constantly “interested” in drawers?? Loves to open kitchen doors??
Installing childproof locks on cabinets and drawers is an essential part of preparing your home for a baby who’s beginning to crawl around.
The kitchen cabinet with cleaning fluids is probably the first thing you think about childproofing, but there will be many other things you’ll want to keep a baby and toddler out of.
Medicine cabinets, a drawer with the kitchen knives, perhaps the refrigerator, the toilet, trash cans, washers and dryers, the door to the cellar stairs… the possibilities are limited only by your child’s imagination for getting into trouble!
Now there’s a childproof lock that will fit all those things and just about anything else.
If you can close it, these BabyWard latches will keep it closed against your child’s curious fingers.
What’s more, these latches are easier to install.
Just choose where the two ends of the latching strap should go, then peel-and-stick the two pads in place. No tools and no damage to your furniture and appliances.
When it’s time to remove the latches, this can be easily done with a little heat from a hair dryer.
And if any adhesive residue is left behind, just use the adhesive-removal eraser we provide with every kit.
So get your home ready for that exciting time when your baby starts moving around under his or her own power.
Make your home safe, and give yourself peace of mind!
1. Clean and dry the surface where the lock should be installed.
2. Place the strap back on the bottom of the sliding side. Slide the top piece over the strap.
3. Remove back the adhesive on both pieces The sliding side does not open once locked in place.
4. Determine the best position and press firmly to set in place.