I am getting a new apartment sized fridge that is larger. The old fridge also hit the door knob when opening fridge door.
The new fridge has a thicker door so will hit worse.
I am going to remove the door latch-lock completely till I figure out something.
I see there are recessed cup handle door latches. This might work although the cup base wider it seems to me. Ideas? Problem is the bathroom door knob sticks out several inches on the door, so when fridge door swings open it hits the knob.
Does this lock latch look like for a full sized door lock? One I have is smaller.
Other idea, is there a swing door lock that uses a ball that can simply hold the door closed? When when you pull on door, it clicks open, and you push door closed it clicks shut?
My existing door lock has a smallish knob on the outside you turn to open. Inside of door has a lever you push down to open and a slide to lock the door.
The bathroom door frame angles away at 120* from the front face of fridge door, which will does allow fridge door to swing open more then 90* if that door knob is not in the way.