Child Safety Cabinet Lock - To Keep Your Little Ones Safe
Kid’s safety is the main cause of worry for most parents once those little feet learn to crawl around the house. Making your home safe for them to explore is the best thing you can do. But are they really safe from accidents around your house? Whether you’re anticipating your firstborn or already have more than one to take care of, SAFETY is always the utmost concern.
How do you keep your little child away from potentially dangerous things at home? Are their little hands protected from pointed bits and sharp edges that might wound and hurt them? Childproofing is the most effective way to reduce those potential accident causes. Two of the most important things at home to childproof are drawers and furniture doors.
It is practical to start early to childproof your house. As early as the period of your pregnancy, you can jot down a list of accident-prone spots in your home. Make a to-do safety list while going through this process in all rooms of your house. Starting little by little at a time can make a huge impact later in your parenting life.
Once you’re down the process, you will discover that drawer and cabinet doors pose a threat to a child’s safety and are the most common things to childproof in your house.
When it comes to child safety, childproofing furniture doors and drawers are some of the things to prioritize. Even when you’re all eyes watching them, kids can wreak disaster you never realize they can do in a spur of a moment. Ensuring a hazard-free home can be discouraging but the important thing is to take those moments to inspire you for making your home safer for your child's activities.
You may think that the only risk of a drawer and cabinet lies in what’s inside of them. However, drawers and the cabinets itself present a horde of child risks. Putting a lock is the most effective way to childproof them.
If you are searching for a lock system that is suitable for all drawers around your home, try these Child Safety Cabinet Locks. These DIY-lock systems have two plastic buckles on either side and a strap of elastic silicone. With the adhesive included, stick one end to the side of the cabinet and the other end to the front of the door or drawer. Then you pull the strap tightly to keep them closed.
- Material: Plastic
- Function: Cabinet Lock, Drawer Lock
- Size: 20cm X 5cm/7.8inch X 1.95inch
Note: Dust must be wiped off before use to keep the veneers clean. At the same time, to ensure a smooth adhesive surface. Release the paper on the tape, peel off and paste. After pasting, allow the sticky tape 24 hours to cure totally.
- 10 (or 5) x Stick-on Safety Cabinet Locks