A: Hello. We have not tested this product on windows and would recommend using/looking for an actual window lock.
A: Hello. While the product will stick (almost too well) to glass, we do not recommend it because some glass can be very thin and not structurally strong enough. Also, we caution against locking any cabinets with hazardous substances, such as medicines.
A: Hello there. As per instructions, we caution against locking any cabinets with hazardous substances, such as medicines.
A: Hello there. To break the adhesive seal we recommend using dental floss or fishing string between the adhesive and the surface it is attached to. Once removed you can wipe down remaining residue with damp soapy cloth (depending on the surface).
A: The Safety 1st TV & Furniture Safety Straps is installed by using a power drill and a Phillips head screwdriver.
A: It would depend on the shape of the appliance and the positioning of the strap. We would not be able to guarantee compatibility with every style appliance.
A: Hello. This should work on a top opening freezer as long as one side of the strap must be attached to a stationary spot (not on other moving doors). This lock is not tested or approved for sliding covers, only hinged doors
A: Hello. This lock is not tested or approved for use with the oven
A: Hello. As long as the surface has been properly cleaned, the strap should work on a trash can. Please be advised, the strap is meant to be a deterrent for children, so if an adult applied full force, they may be able to open or damage the lock.
A: The adhesive on the All-Purpose Straps is designed to be removed without damaging the surface.