During Monday’s drive, I had to stop at a large retail store to buy something that I needed for an upcoming class, and I saw the door below in the women’s restroom.  I hate to generalize, but most women’s restrooms are not a hot-spot of vandalism and abuse (there are exceptions).  Which made me wonder whether this door, which is dragging on the floor and won’t close fully, was damaged before the foot pull was added, or if the downward force on the foot pull contributed to the problem.

What do you think?  Does anyone have any experience with adding foot pulls in high-traffic locations used by the public?

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