I'd be leaving the enclosure as is at the moment, just in-case it decides to get back in on its own. Don't wanna lock it out so to speak. LOL --- Automatic Post Merged, Mar 1, 2018, Original Post Date: Mar 1, 2018 --- I remember about 3 years ago now I was cleaning my 3x2x2 Reptile One arboreal tree frog enclosure... I had removed the sliding glass doors and wiped them totally clean of frog prints (I'm totally OCD about that) and they're always the last thing to go back on once the enclosure has been stripped, cleaned and reassembled and the frogs put back in. Anyways.. this one weekend I got distracted by something and never did put the doors back on, it'd have been about 4pm... I went about my Sunday evening as normal.... The next morning at 2:30am I was up for work and I turned the kitchen and living room lights on and was taking a moment to get my bearings and my eyes landed on the frog tank and I thought "yeah, I really cleaned those doors good, they still look amazing..." then I was like... Huh, how come I can't see any reflection in those doors!! Walked over and there the doors were leaning against the stand for the tank... I instantly thought... Oh damn... my 6 GTF's are going to be all over the house by now! They've had a whole night to go where they want! I stuck my head inside the enclosure and started moving things around and unbelievably all 6 were still in the tank... Whether they left and had a party in the kitchen sink and returned before I got up, I'll never know.