|Product Dimensions||2.69 x 9.19 x 18.08 cm; 45.36 Grams|
|Item model number||120180300|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||45.4 g|
Safety 1st Multi-Purpose Appliance Latch
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- Press and pull lock feature is easy for adults to use and difficult for children to defeat
- Ideal for refrigerator or freezer doors, microwaves, dishwashers and dryers
- Adhesive backing; easy to assemble and requires no hardware
- Recommended age is 6 months and up
The Multi-Purpose Appliance Latch cuts down on kitchen mishaps by keeping toddlers out of kitchen appliances. The press and pull lock feature is easy for adults to use, difficult for children to defeat. Ideal for refrigerator or freezer doors, microwaves, dishwashers and dryers. Has adhesive backing and is easy to assemble-requires no hardware. Recommended age is 6 months and up.
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I bought my first one a good ten years ago, and it's only just starting to fail (plastic flex tab is cracking across the stress point). I like it enough that I've ordered a new one to replace it. I think it would make a good toilet seat latch too (if you don't mind that it's adhesive (pretty agressively adhesive, too). Be sure to clean the contact areas with alcohol and buff it dry before applying the adhesive pads. Works a treat!
BTW, the instructions clearly state to allow the adhesive pads to "cure" before using. To assist with the curing, and to prevent adhesive failure, be sure to apply some sticky masking tape over the latch ends to assist to securing the strap and catchment tab onto their places for at least 24 hours, then you can remove it again. If you don't, the adhesive pads don't cure properly and can lose adhesion. Once cured, they are truly stuck on... for keeps! :)
Reviewed in Canada on September 10, 2021
Reviewed in Canada on July 16, 2021
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I did clean the surface well with rubbing alcohol to make sure no residue of any kind was on the surface. I read some reviews that it didn't stick well for them. The packing label also said to leave it set for 24 hours before use. So I did. It is stuck on strong now. Time will tell if the heat from the oven will effect it. If so, I will update this review.
It can work wonders for many(not all)curious kids! Being so cheap - it is worth a try to see if you can have the same incredible results we have had!