Metal and glass nightstands – The doors are not the only thing you want secured with a padlock; It is likely to have valuables and private items hidden in drawers and cupboards. Bedside tables are usually full of things you do not want found or used by others in your home. Most often they are not equipped with a lock. You can install your own key locks on the door or drawer of most bedside tables with only a few tools.
Install a lock on a metal and glass nightstands, Measure the depth of lip drawer or closet door and lock the tab choose a style for drawers and doors thick enough to accommodate the depth closets. Insert the key into the lock and engage the tongue. Measure the distance between the center of the lock cylinder and the end of the tongue. Select a location and mark a point for blocking along the front panel of the door or drawer near the shore. The locking tab needs to extend beyond the edge of the panel and through the space between the door or drawer and the table body. Mark where the center of the lock cylinder rest.
Install a lock on a metal and glass nightstands, Place an electric drill with a spade bit the same diameter as the lock cylinder. Place the center of the drill against the mark and drill a hole through the panel of the door or drawer. Place the lock cylinder into the hole in the back of the panel. Remove the blade tip electric drill and replace it with a Philips screwdriver. Screw the mounting screws through the media guides and into the back of the drawer panel. Close the door or drawer, insert the key into the lock and engage the tongue. Pull the door or drawer gently to check the lock.