I have some kitchen cabinets with inset doors. My kids are constantly leaving them open and it drives me nuts! I'm trying to find a hinge to make them automatically close. I found some "self-closing" hinges, but they apparently just go the "last 1 inch" after the door is pushed closed. I then found "concealed spring hinges" that might do the trick. I'd keep the existing hinges for aesthetics and to avoid the sag some reviews complained about.
Question: Are these type of hinges (concealed spring) strong enough to pull the door closed even from a fully opened position as soon as the kid lets go?