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    Can anyone please help me find?

    Child safety locks for kitchen units that dont require screws?
    Also the units im my kitchen only have one handle on each door so cant use the type that go over both, if that makes any sense!

    Thank you in advance and for taking the time to read...

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    There are probably self adhesive ones but if they visible to a child,they can remove them too easily so I woulnd't waste your money on anything that can be visible and self adhesive.

    Boots have some maglock ones that require the use of very strong magnets. Not sure how they work but it would be worth having a look next time your in boots

    boots.com/sho…000

    They are also on 3 for 2 at the mo on their website

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    Mum2Connor&Cerys;1687135

    There are probably self adhesive ones but if they visible to a child,they … There are probably self adhesive ones but if they visible to a child,they can remove them too easily so I woulnd't waste your money on anything that can be visible and self adhesive.



    Thanks for the advice, i thought they would be strong but its good to hear from someone in the know

    Thanks pinkkitty-will have a look...

    have u got home bargains near u?they do the packs there for either 99p or £1.99

    karri123;1687186

    Thanks for the advice, i thought they would be strong but its good to … Thanks for the advice, i thought they would be strong but its good to hear from someone in the know :)Thanks pinkkitty-will have a look...



    I've not bought much in way of safety items,I've got a few them plug socket caps but as for the rubber things that can go on corner of tables etc,they pop easily and choking hazard for little ones who still put everything in their mouth. My son when he was younger would forever go in the tv cabinet door,so I got this self adhesive lock.I applied it and we didn't touch it for time stated on the pack to allow it to fix,anyway he just ripped it off next day! He also managed to get the video lock of the vcr too! That was a waste of money too.

    Mum2Connor&Cerys;1687545

    I've not bought much in way of safety items,I've got a few them plug … I've not bought much in way of safety items,I've got a few them plug socket caps but as for the rubber things that can go on corner of tables etc,they pop easily and choking hazard for little ones who still put everything in their mouth. My son when he was younger would forever go in the tv cabinet door,so I got this self adhesive lock.I applied it and we didn't touch it for time stated on the pack to allow it to fix,anyway he just ripped it off next day! He also managed to get the video lock of the vcr too! That was a waste of money too.



    I used screw in cupboard locks which work a treat but the video lock is not worth anything as my daughter just pulls it straight out again!

    IKEA! I have used their locks on all kitchen cupboards and fridge, freezer, and my son even went through a point of climbing into the toilet so put one on the seat too! they are adhesive but will not be pulled off and they are extremly good, usualy found in child furniture or family section.
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