I have a stainless steel counter-depth refrigerator door (LG LFXC24726S). The right wall sticks out a bit further than the frame, and if the right door swings too far, it hits the wall and will eventually chip itself, and/or scratch the door - two outcomes I want to avoid.
Per the photos, I have placed three small clear rubber bumps between the door and the wall, but
- they look ugly
- they keep shifting, so I'd have to glue them in place
I need to find a solution that is not visually intrusive, but creates a good barrier. One solution I considered was somehow adjusting the door's swing radius to prevent it from reaching the wall, but I don't believe that can be done with this model (perhaps I am wrong).
Alternately, I need some form of bumper, but I don't quite know what to search on/for. I'd prefer something clear that won't scratch the door. I suspect some sort of 4-5 inch long clear rubber corner wrap would work, but I wouldn't even know what to call it to identify it, let alone know where to obtain one (ostensibly, "the internet" once I know what to search for).
Ultimately, aside from the non-starter suggestion of removing this piece of wall, how should I prevent the door from hitting the corner?
Bumpers Detail. Click for full size image
Open Door Detail. Click for full size image