Originally Posted by MiCamper6
And I still can't figure out why there would be a problem with putting a locking door handle on a bathroom door??
As far as I'm concerned none. Provided that the door can be easily - and quickly
- unlocked from the outside. I would never want a kid on the wrong side of the door unable - or unwilling - to unlock it.
When our kids were small we installed emergency door lock release striker plates on most of our home's interior doors. The door locked normally but you could give the door a quick hip check and it would open nothing flat. No key to find.
I'd do the same with our camper if we had little ones with us regularly. Privacy can be tough enough in a camper. Some folks might be hard pressed to take care of their business if they knew nothing would stop someone from opening the door in the middle of things.
Of course, given current construction materials and techniques the wall may come down with the door. . .
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