Saturday, October 28, 2017

Consumer Critique: Baby Safety Locks

I recently had the chance to see some incredibly flexible Baby Safety Locks. My kids are a little older now, but we aren't very far out of needing to keep things locked. We also have a younger niece and nephew, a goddaughter, and friends' children who come over. These are great, because I can use them for a temporary solution without damage (although I wouldn't reuse the adhesive over and over, as that would make them less secure). Because of their design, they can work for just about anything - toilets, doors, cabinets, and more. Nearly anything that opens that babies and toddlers shouldn't get into can be kept closed with these locks. The locks are incredibly easy to use - simply use the adhesive on both ends of the lock to securely adhere.

One plus is that the locks are adjustable - they can be cut to the right length of the location, so if you're trying to keep a thicker door closed, or want a smaller space, you can. It's good for just about any surface - glass, wood, plastic, porcelain, or stainless steel. Removing the locks left virtually no trace (as long as you're careful).

Obviously, you still want and need to keep an eye on your little one. But they move fast - and these locks, which are extremely versatile, can help keep little fingers out of places where they don't belong.

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