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Got it. Yeah - that just sucks from every single angle. Is there anyway you could get a smaller fridge for your vegan stuff and attach a lock to it? My husband lived in a boarding house for a short while and one of the guys had something like this. The owner flat out had a lock on a cabinet to keep his dry food safe.
That sounds extreme, but your food isn’t cheap, and it’s not like you can just grab any crap laying around.
Anyway, good luck hopefully finding a solution. Bugs in Florida heat are about the worst thing in the world!
You can buy a braided steel freezer lock on amazon that binds with a strong adhesive cement that locks with a padlock. I bought this one and use it on the freezer door in my lab, it's bonds very securely.
the solution is locks
ESH, but you could have worked around the problem for $19.95.
duuuuuuude just get a padlock [link]
For securing odd miscellaneous equipment, we used items similar to these adhesive refrigerator locks to attach to the equipment, then computer security cables to tie them to one of the pads attached to something immovable. Attached to a solid, clean, flat surface that 3M VHB tape will not come off. They actually use it for specialized assembly of metal building fascia.
Interestingly, those refrigerator lockdown pads used to only be made as a sideline by one company named Aztek that specialized in computer/equipment lockdown stuff, but now all you can ever find is the refrigerator lockdowns. They used to have a whole line of things in various sizes, but they kind of disappeared off the face of the earth.
There it is.