November 16, 2009,
E.W. asks from San Rafael, CA on November 10, 2009
K.B. answers from Sacramento on November 10, 2009
Try the fridge locks. Put one on the wall and one on the door, and when it is locked you can make it tight, so that little fingers can't get hurt.
C.P. answers from Sacramento on November 11, 2009
There are none that work! We had to just change door nobs or installed a locking, fold over latch from Home Depot.
M.A. answers from San Francisco on November 16, 2009
I happened to see a segment on GMA this morning with a babyproofing expert. She said they don't exist and she recommends changing the door knobs...
J.S. answers from Sacramento on November 11, 2009
We have these things on all our doors:
I didn't necessarily like screwing something into the door jam, but they work really well and there's no way my son can get into rooms he shouldn't be in.
T.S. answers from Sacramento on November 11, 2009
I second the fridge locks idea. Honestly I never had much luck with doorknob covers even on standard doorknobs. With an industrious (read sneaky) kid, it doesn't take long for him to figure out how to use it or remove it. Something up out of reach is key :-)
W.H. answers from Stockton on November 11, 2009
We have the same door knobs and what we did was get the hook & eye type locks and my husband put it at the top of the door. Works fabulous and is inexpensive!
Y.M. answers from Redding on November 11, 2009
I think you will have to change your doorknobs to regular round ones.