Lock-Kill - Kills Locks Instantly

When a tenant is evicted, there is always the risk that they will return and try to re-enter the property, especially if they have left behind personal belongings. Worse, they may decide to return while the owner or manager is there, potentially putting them at risk of a dangerous confrontation. Hiring a locksmith to change the lock at odd hours can mean waiting around and high costs. There is a need for a quick and easy method of securing a house or apartment.

A brand new product is available for property managers called Lock-Kill from DG3Locksmithing which instantly and permanently disables any Kwikset lock. The only way to open the door after Lock-Kill has been applied is to drill out the lock.

Here's how it is used:

1. After tenant is evicted, all doors are locked. 2. In each door a Lock-Kill device is inserted and the end is snapped off. 3. The locks are now 100% disabled and the building is secure.

The property manager now has time to arrange for the lock to be replaced. Since replacing the lock is much less expensive then an after-hours service call, Lock-Kill is cost effective. Its safer for the property manager because the property manager or landlord spends less time at the property avoiding a confrontation with the evicted tenant.

The manufacturer claims that Lock-Kill is 100% safe - since a disabled lock can always be unlocked from the inside. They reserve the right to refuse to sell this product to anyone who cannot prove their profession justifies the purchase of this product.

Kill-Lock has a US Patent Pending.

Lock-Kill is exclusively available from: http://www.DG3Locksmithing.com

Patent Status: Patent Pending
Patent Number: 61393491
Invention Status: In production, available for purchase.

Keywords: evict, rental property, secure, re-key, kwikset, schlage, locksmith, pick, bump
Jan 5, 2011
by Anonymous

Lock-Kill- Kills Locks Instantly

What a waste of a good lock! I worked in the door/door hardware business for years. Why not have a re-keying kit? Changing the pins on simple locks such as Kwikset is a skill that can be learned by anyone and would take even a fumble fingered person about 10 or 15 minutes. Or even simpler, most landlords have spare locks. or even just one. It takes just a few minutes to undo two screws and swap the lock. You can then get the old lock re-keyed at your leisure. I can't see this "invention" being worthwhile. If you really must destroy the lock in an emergency, hammer a small nail into the keyway.

Jan 12, 2011
by Anonymous

i would put wax in the

i would put wax in the keyhole.
and heat My key