drawer guide

A quick learner from Atlanta says:
I am getting ready to refinish my daughter's baby changing table and dresser for our new grandbaby. Before I sand and paint I want to fix the drawers. One has a broken plastic guide and i believe it is the 32-030 from the pictures and measurements. My question deals with safety. It seems that these drawers even with working guides and wooden center rail come out very easily. Is there another quide or fix that can be centered more front to back to keep these drawers from coming out so easily?
Thanks, Nana
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Dave Sr. from SWISCO responded:
Sure, we have a couple of locking devices for drawers. See our 32-125 and our 32-008. We have a video tutorial on how to install the 32-008 and how it works; check it out below.
32-030 : Rear Drawer Guide
Rear Drawer Guide
32-030
$0.75
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32-125 : Drawer Stop
Drawer Stop
32-125
$0.35
VIEW >
32-008 : Safety Cabinet Catches (3 Pack)
Safety Cabinet Catches (3 Pack)
32-008
$2.31
VIEW >
SWISCO Quick-Fix! Drawer Stop
SWISCO Quick-Fix! Drawer Stop
VIDEO
WATCH >
SWISCO Safety Cabinet Catches
SWISCO Safety Cabinet Catches
VIDEO
WATCH >
How to install the 32-125 Drawer Stop
How to install the 32-125 Drawer Stop
GUIDE
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