Knobs and pulls for kitchen cabinet handles are functional pieces of hardware that add the finishing touch to your cabinets. Cabinet knobs installation is a simple process. but to be as accessible as possible. Avoid rushing through this work to prevent accidental slips drills, screwdrivers or hardware.
Mark the location of the doorknob or kitchen cabinet handles using a template. Wall cabinets should have knobs 2 1/2 to 3 inches from the bottom corner opposite the hinges. Base cabinets should have knobs 2 1/2 to 3 inches from the top corner opposite the hinges. Remove the cabinet doors by loosening the hinges. Place doors on a secure table where you can drill holes.
Pass the screws through the back of the closet door. Meet the screw with the knob or kitchen cabinet handles threading and twist as tightly as possible with your fingers. . These are found at local hardware stores and help reduce the amount of dirt and grease transferred to the cabinets when you take over. This is optional. Tighten the knobs with a screwdriver. Replace the cabinet doors of the cabinets and screw it back again doors on hinges.