I would like to attach a clasp/latch to the side of my fridge/freezer, so that I can tell when it is closed at a glance, and to make closing it a concious effort.
The fridge is from some time in the 90s (maybe even 80s), and is 4th hand (I know its last 4 owners). I just want to squeeze a few more months/years out of it.
I initially attached it with hot-glue, but that came off when I forgot it was there and opened the latched door. I moved up to superglue, which has the same thing happen when my mother-in-law opened the door.
So next up would be to drill a hole and use pop-rivets to hold it inplace once and for all. But I am not sure what is actually inside the fridge wall? Is it safe to drill a hole in the side? Will it damage the fridge/freezer -- assuming on don't penetrate the inner layer.
Does the same hold for the door?
My other option is to use 2 part epoxy resin / Araldite. Though I would rather rivets.