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ONME Baby Safety Locks Review

ONME Baby Safety Locks Review

I am serious about baby-proofing my house to keep my young children safer. I have all sorts of child-safety locks all over my home. I use doorknob covers on various doors, gates in doorways, and covers on electrical outlets. Most importantly, I use cabinet locks to keep my curious youngsters out of cabinets that contain medications, cleaning supplies, and glass containers. Because I have so many styles of cabinets throughout my home, I subsequently use a number of styles of cabinet locks. Thus, when recently offered the chance to review some ONME baby safety locks in exchange for my honest opinion, I eagerly accepted the opportunity to make my home a little safer.

Price

The four-pack of baby safety locks from ONME currently retails for $25.99 with a sale price of $9.99 on Amazon. The four-pack comes with two hard plastic locks and two flexible locks. I consider the full retail price a little expensive, but I would definitely pay the current price for the four baby safety locks.

ONME Baby Safety Locks in Package

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Design

The four-pack of ONME baby safety locks comes with two hard plastic locks and two flexible locks that can secure cabinets, refrigerators, toilet seats, microwaves, freezers, dryers, dishwashers, windows, trashcans, and more. With double-sided 3M adhesive, installation takes a matter of seconds per lock without any drilling. Simply remove the backing on the adhesive and adhere to a clean surface. Suitable for babies and children between 6 months and 6 years, the two styles of locks offer unique latching systems that keep even the most determined babies out of trouble while allowing for easy one-handed access for adults.

Front of ONME Baby Safety Locks Back of ONME Baby Safety Locks

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Performance

Recently one of my cabinet locks broke, so I was in need of a new one. I was more than pleased by the two different styles of ONME baby safety locks. The flexible white locks are longer and work exceptionally well on my kitchen cabinets. I used one between two doors to keep my little ones away from my glass food jars. The lock easily spans the width between the two doors. The flexible lock also works great on the cabinet in which I keep many of my kitchen gadgets. I had never found a lock that worked on that single door. The flexible plastic lock keeps my curious toddler away from my food processor and other utensils. The hard plastic blue locks work exceptionally well on my cabinet doors that touch in the middle. I used one of the locks on the cabinet under my kitchen sink as a second lock to keep my children away from my cleaning supplies.

Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock Between Cabinet Doors Opening the Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock

Attaching the ONME baby safety locks to my cabinets is incredibly easy. I have not wanted to drill into my cabinets, so I had been having trouble finding locks that worked for me. The 3M adhesive on these locks is super strong, which I have come to expect from 3M products. Installation is incredibly simple. I cleaned my cabinets, removed the backing from the locks, and pressed the locks into place. I needed only a matter of seconds for each lock. I thus rate the installation of the baby safety locks from ONME extremely highly.

Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock on Cabinet Door

Opening the ONME baby safety locks is likewise easy for adults. Neither my toddler nor my preschooler has figured out how to open either the flexible white lock or the hard plastic blue lock. My preschooler has figure out how to get around the doorknob covers in my house and the locks on some baby gates, so I am impressed by the design of these safety locks. My toddlers has pulled on the ONME locks in his attempts to get into my kitchen cabinets, but so far the locks have thwarted his efforts. I, however, can easily and quickly open both styles of locks one-handed. I therefore rate these baby safety locks as effective against kids but easy for parents to use.

Hard ONME Baby Safety Lock Between Cabinet Doors Opening the Hard ONME Baby Safety Lock

Final Verdict

I am extremely pleased with my four-pack of baby safety locks from ONME. Suitable for babies and children between 6 months and 6 years, the four-pack comes with two hard plastic locks and two flexible locks that can secure a variety of doors. With double-sided 3M adhesive, installation takes a matter of seconds per lock without any drilling. Simply remove the backing on the adhesive and adhere to a clean surface. The two styles of locks offer unique latching systems that keep even the most determined babies out of trouble while allowing for easy one-handed access for adults. I am most impressed by the flexible white locks, which work exceptionally well on my kitchen cabinets. I finally found a lock that works great on the single-doored cabinet in which I keep many of my kitchen gadgets. Overall, I rate the ONME baby safety locks as effective against kids but easy for parents to use.

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Update: About a month after attaching one of the flexible white locks to my kitchen cabinet, the adhesive on one side pulled away from the cabinet. I had to remove the lock because I could not get the broken side to reattach. To remove the adhesive, I used a little vinegar and some elbow grease. I am a bit irritated that the adhesive did not last longer. 3M adhesive is usually very high quality, so I am hoping that this problem is a fluke and that my other locks remain firmly attached for longer.

Broken Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock

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ONME Baby Safety Locks Review © 2016 Heather Johnson
ONME Baby Safety Locks in Package © 2016 Heather Johnson
Front of ONME Baby Safety Locks © 2016 Heather Johnson
Back of ONME Baby Safety Locks © 2016 Heather Johnson
Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock Between Cabinet Doors © 2016 Heather Johnson
Opening the Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock © 2016 Heather Johnson
Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock on Cabinet Door © 2016 Heather Johnson
Hard ONME Baby Safety Lock Between Cabinet Doors © 2016 Heather Johnson
Opening the Hard ONME Baby Safety Lock © 2016 Heather Johnson
Broken Flexible ONME Baby Safety Lock © 2016 Heather Johnson

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Written by Heather Johnson

Heather is a writer, librarian, linguist, wife, and mother who loves her husband, children, dogs, and cats. She has a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in creative writing and master's degrees in library and information science and English studies with a concentration in linguistics.

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