A: No. The purpose is so the door stops before putting door knob through the wall.
A: No, the Everbilt Satin Nickel Hinge Pin Door Stop prevents damage to the door. There are Adjustable Spring Door Hinges designed to bring the door back to a complete closed position after being opened. But there are so many sizes and finishes to pick from by Everbilt. You can either go on the Home Depot Website to see the choices you may need or visit any local Home Depot store and ask any store associate for assistance. Here is a reference for this type of product: Internet#203339979 Model #20114 Store SKU #274627.
A: No - it’s just a door stop that goes on the hinge, not a door closer.
A: Washer down, is usual protocol, prevents friction of hinge against stopper arm, but I’ve recently removed nylon washers on install due to pin size.
A: The nylon washer on the Everbilt Satin Nickel Hinge Pin Door Stop is intended to go on the hinge pin with the washer making contact with the hinge, thus placing the was between the hinge and the doorstop.
A: Yes, you are correct, the Everbilt White Hinge Pin Door Stop is all white.
A: For the Everbilt Satin Nickel Hinge Pin Door Stop, the flat side will need to touch the door because the reinforcement pad is there to protect the door.
A: The clear part will make a whole in your doors.
A: I put the flat side against the door because they are hollow core doors.
A: Door. The round part adjusts how wide the door opens.
A: You would want the flat side toward the door being it is a larger surface, the round surface would be hitting the trim which is much stronger normally, i.e stronger surface normally.