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This article is from the Baby Proofing FAQ, by Sandra Smith, sandra@cs.toronto.edu with numerous contributions by others.

19 Baby Proofing General Issues

From: Maureen Busch
mbb@keps.kodak.com, uucp uunet!munsell!cairo!mbb

The latches that you attach inside the cabinet and cabinet door are
very popular, and work quite well. Look for the metal ones, they
hold up better than the plastic ones. Also, if you have cabinets
that are not solid wood (at the time, we had pressed particle board
with formica fronts - the simulated wood grain look), they are really
difficult to install because it is so hard to drill into them even
with a power drill. Gerber makes a large latch (looks like a safety
pin or a combination lock) that you can loop through the handles of
two mated doors - these only work if the handles are fairly close
together.

 

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