Taffer is shocked by the unsafe residential door that is protecting the important piece of equipment in this kitchen.

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38 thoughts on “Bedroom Door On Walk-In Refrigerator? – Bar Rescue, Season 5

  1. Tylor Evans says:

    Ok why in hell did the Health Department not squash theses guys! Bedroom door on the frezzer no way that walkin chould have keeped to temp , leaking fryer, and filth galore what eles needs to be found!

  2. V C says:

    That is not a bedroom door.
    It is a residential door, but it is a metal clad entry door. No-one would install that as a bedroom door unless you are looking for some kind enhanced security situation. A door like this is typically a metal skin on both sides bonded to a wood perimeter, and an expanded foam core. You can tell it's metal by the dents on the outside of it, a wood or hollow core door would not dent like that.

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