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Installing child safety latches for cabinet doors is relatively easy (here's a video)

Similarly for the top drawer (pull-out) (video)

But is it possible to do this for the bottom drawers?

The problem is that I have nothing to latch on to.

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The second video shows the installation of something to latch onto. It may take some creativity, but there's usually a way to create something to latch onto. A photo of the removed drawer and the cabinet with the drawer removed would help illustrate your problem. – bcworkz Dec 27 '12 at 18:59
    
The top drawer latches on to the frame of the cabinet (as in video #2) however the next drawer has the top drawer immediately above it – Danield Dec 27 '12 at 22:28
    
Perhaps a metal angle bracket could be attached to the cabinet side, which projects over the drawer side such that a catch attached to one side of the rear of the drawer front would hook it. Hard to say what will work without seeing it. – bcworkz Dec 28 '12 at 23:34

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