Installing Vanity Doors on a Sink

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Add vanity doors to your new bathroom. Learn how to add a new bathroom to a home, including tips on putting in vanity doors in this free home improvement video.

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We're going to put the handles on now. You can see right now our doors have no handles but the holes have been pre-drilled at the factory. So this is a really simple process. All we got to do is put the screw through, line it up with the hole in the handle and screw it in. Now sometimes, the screws they send are not long enough and you'll have to go to your local hardware store and buy new screws. We got the screws in and now we're just going to tighten them up. Nice and snug and that's how they'll end up looking. Now, it looks like this particular company has taken the responsibility of sending different length screws for us. So, we just have to pick the right one and that's a little long. Let's try these others. There. And again we just line up the holes with the screws. The reason the screws are longer is sometimes they use different thickness of doors depending upon what well what it boils down to is how much money you've spent on your vanity. If you bought a more expensive one, they probably come with thicker doors and they have probably heard complaints from people saying send the right size screw. So now they're sending two different lengths of screws. Now, the other thing is we have quite a gap here in our vanity and these are all adjustable hinges. Let's see if we can adjust it out a little bit and bring that gap together. And this process is just a trial and error. There, that looks pretty good all the way down.


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