Erik_
That's a good idea. Way less of a pain to get in and out of
Wed Nov 16, 2022 3:44pm

than a full blown lock.

On our indoor doors, we have those spinny knob covers that seem to work for now.

  • We used a spring carabiner to solve that problem - Puckdropper, Fri Nov 11 2022 3:55am
    She'd open the gate without any problems, but didn't know how to make the carabiner work. It was kinda interesting watching adults operate it. Some would have no problem and others would get trapped and I'd have to let them out. The lock was going to be our next step if we needed it, but she matured... more
    • That's a good idea. Way less of a pain to get in and out of- Erik_, Wed Nov 16 2022 3:44pm
      • You may have to turn the knob around backwards - Puckdropper, Sun Nov 27 2022 1:19am
        Especially if it's a Kwikset with the hole. That will keep the little guy in when he's working on escaping. Ours has the spinny knob cover figured out. I put a hasp on the door and we use that to keep her in. Sometimes it takes an hour or better of her playing around to finally go to sleep.
"Forces act when not restrained" - Puckdropper