Does Anybody know how to lock an in-built(integral) Fridge?

Rebecca - posted on 01/13/2012 ( 5 moms have responded )

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Hi, I Have an in built fridge in a cupboard sort of thing but it is next to the oven so I can't lock the fridge with one of those baby stoppers...Is there some kind of fridge lock that I can get to lock it from the inside as I don't know what to do...My daughter is taking food out of the fridge and I can't afford much as the moment due to my bills rising...She is throwing eggs and grabbing and eating bread ever time I turn around.



Please help! My Kitchen has in built fridge and freezer but they are separated and have no cupboard with handles that are together so I cannot lock my fridge :(



Many thanks

Mrs Smith

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Kim - posted on 01/13/2012

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Haha I guess it would have been a good idea to look at the link first :) So much for my fabulous idea.

Karen - posted on 01/13/2012

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kim - that kind of sounds similar to the clip i posted a link to...i thought she might have had a small amount of room to squeeze one on the side between the cabinet and side of the fridge but she doesn't

Kim - posted on 01/13/2012

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Try getting some hooks ( the 3M ones I think?, they have the foam on the back that is sticky but wont wreck anything), put on on the door of the fridge sideways and one on the side of the fridge and get an elastic or something strong and attach it around each hook.You may have to do this in a couple of places so it's stong enough to keep it shut without the elastic snapping. If that makes any sense. I don't know how else to explain it. She may be able to still open it a tiny bit but not the full amount.

Rebecca - posted on 01/13/2012

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no Freezer is at the other side of the kitchen. Its a built in fridge thats right at the corner with the oven next to it. I don't have anything to attach the door locks together because there is no other handles near it as it is near the over and no other cupboard..I cannot move the stuff as they are built in to the kitchen :( There isnt a side of the fridge either as it is attached to the cupboard next to the oven so no clips I buy are suitable :(

Karen - posted on 01/13/2012

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Is your freezer/fridge door side by side? If so, maybe one of these will work (attatch one side to each door instead of one on the door and one around to the side of the fridge like the pic shows). I use these on my fridge and they're wonderful. My son has a habit of getting into the fridge (which I don't mind) but leaving the door wide open (which I mind!). I picked mine up at walmart but you can get them at ToysrUs also

http://www.walmart.ca/canada-estore/cata...

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