Child Safety: Velcro Quick Locks

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, December 02, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: The case for child safety locks, by smiley, on Flickr
Photo credit: The case for child safety locks,
by S m i l e y, on Flickr, Some rights reserved
Need to lock up the fridge, oven, cupboard, etc. to keep out the kids (or pets!)?

Anywhere you can place this lock on a door and around a corner edge, it will work!

Cut two pieces - 2" x 2" (5 cm x 5 cm) - of self-stick loop Velcro®.

Cut one piece - 6" x 2" (5 cm x 15 cm) of hook Velcro®. Cut this piece longer if needed to wrap around corner of fridge or cabinet.


Image: Attach one short piece of loop Velcro (r) at each end of the long hook Velcro(r)
Attach one short piece of loop Velcro® at each end of the long hook Velcro®.

Place high, out of your child's reach, on the fridge, microwave, freezer, cabinet, etc. - wrapping it around the edge of the door and onto the body of the fridge, microwave, freezer, cabinet, etc.

Clean the area with an alcohol wipe first, for a strong adhesive effect. Peel off protective papers, and stick loop Velcro® pieces into place - one on door, one on side - about 6" apart (or further if you cut a longer Velcro® strap). Let dry overnight for best results.

To use: Just unfasten hook Velcro®, and open door. Then refasten when door is shut.

Thanks to Catherine for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Drawing credit: Catherine McDiarmid-Watt
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