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  • Jennifer Greene

    47 Skills You Need To Survive Homeownership. Pick an Interior Lock: Your 2-year-old is in the bedroom bawling, you're out in the hall, and there's a locked door between you. On the door's knob or on the plate around it, there should be a small hole that's made just for this situation. Take a slim piece of metal, such as a small flathead screwdriver, and slip it in the hole. Compress the spring inside or slip the screwdriver head into the slot on the spring and turn.

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    Door Handle w/Safety Lock - http://www.thisoldhouse.com - On the door's knob or on the plate around it, there should be a small hole that's made for unlocking the door. Take a slim piece of metal, such as a small flathead screwdriver, and slip it in the hole. Compress the spring inside or slip the screwdriver head into the slot on the spring and turn; door unlocked.

  • Misty Slusher

    16. Pick an Interior Lock | 47 Skills You Need to Survive Homeownership | This Old House Mobile

  • Kristen Hankins

    pin now, read later: 47 things you need to know when you own a home.

  • Shelly Howard

    47 skills for around the house

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