KidCo SecureStick Sliding Closet Door Lock easily sticks to glass, laminated, wood, or mirrored surface. It has a disengage button for convenience. The space between doors should not exceed 1/2". It helps protect baby's hands from getting pinched in between sliding doors. It is functional, stylish and easy to use.
Locking the closet door is a good way to keep your items private and safe. If you have items in your closet that you would like to keep from the prying eyes of the rest of the family, a simple closet door lock is the answer. Just make sure that you keep track of the keys so that you don’t end up removing the door from the hinges just to get at your belongings.
Call the Locksmith
There may be times when the closet door lock does not respond to any of these methods and you will have to call in a professional. A locksmith will be able to open up the locked door in a matter of minutes in most cases. If you just can’t get the lock open with any of these suggestions, a professional is in order to get your closet door open.
Remove Padlock Assembly
If the closet door lock that you use is a simple padlock and hinge set up, you can simply remove the entire assembly. Unscrew the hinge and hasp from the door and you can open the door. You will have to replace the hinge, hasp and padlock if you have lost the keys to this type of closet door lock.
Sliding Closet Door Lock
Baby Home Safety Items
Item # MH00310