This is a Convenient Zinc Alloy Crystal Kitchen Drawer Cabinet Hardware Handle, measures 5.5 x 0.5in L X W, which is made of high quality Zinc Alloy material. Protruding length after installation is 0.9in.The Door Pull Handle would be a awesome way to enhance the look of any cabinet or drawer in your home. This exquisite Door Pull Handle is easy to install. Designed to remind you of a more romantic time, this refined pull handle will transform your home into a charming old world villa. Great addition and nice finishing touch to any room. Also works great in a bathroom or on bi-fold closet doors. High quality material for long time using, this Drawer Pull Handle is a must have for any style home or business. Do not miss this Cabinet Pull Handle!
## Product Description
Convenient exquisite zinc alloy crystal kitchen drawer cabinet hardware handle
With this delicate cabinet handle can radically change the look and feel of any room where you have cabinets or drawers
Also works great in a bathroom or on bi-fold closet doors
Nice compliment to any room
Cabinet Pull Handle, suitable for decorate your kitchen, living room, bedrooms, drawer, door, cabinet, shoe wardrobe
Great as a cabinet handle, drawer handle, or furniture handle
Door Pull Handle is easy to install and remove
Door Pull Handlecan be wiped clean with a soft damp cloth
Material: Zinc Alloy
Size:140 x13mm/5.5 x 0.5in(L x W)
Protruding After Installation: 24mm/0.9in
Dress up your drawers and cabinets with this new zinc alloy crystal Door Pull Handle
Designed to remind you of a more romantic time, this refined pull handle will transform your home into a charming old world villa
High quality material for long time using, this Drawer Pull Handle is a must have for any style home or business
How to Install Cabinet Knobs:
Determine the location of the knob on one of the cabinets or drawers
Mark a small dot where the screw will meet the knob
Open the door slightly and drill perpendicular to the surface where the dot is marked
Measure the hole from the bottom of the cabinet to the center of the hole. Write down this measurement
Measure the hole from the side of the cabinet to the center of the hole. Write down this measurement
Measure and dot the remainder of the door knobs according to your measurements
Drill the holes
Insert the screw in the inside of the cabinet and turn the knob clockwise onto it
Adjust the knobs so the design is how you desire it to be
Tighten the knobs with a screwdriver
# How to Mount Pull Handles on Cabinets
Mounting a pull handle on a cabinet door or drawer is a simple matter of drilling a hole and threading a screw through the hole. The downside is that attempting to install the pulls without a template results in uneven handles. A template can be purchased or easily built out of scrap materials. The template provides perfectly positioned holes on each cabinet door and drawer allowing you to mark and drill the holes for the pulls without having to guess the position.
Build the Template
Cut two pieces of 1/8-inch sheet of plywood with a circular saw, each 4 inches by 3 inches. Cut three 1/2-inch-thick wood strips to 4 inches. Cut two 1/2-inch-thick wood strips to 2.5 inches.
Glue the 4-inch strip of wood to the 3-inch-by-4-inch plywood with the edge of the strip flush with the 4-inch edge of the plywood. Clamp the pieces together. Repeat for the second piece of plywood. Attach one 4-inch strip to both sides of the second sheet of plywood on the same edge, creating a "T" with the pieces.
Glue the 2.5-inch strips to the 3-inch edge of the second piece of plywood so that the edges are flush and one end of the 2.5-inch strip is pressed against the edge of the 4-inch strip of wood. Glue the 2.5 inch strips to both sides of the plywood creating an "L" on one side and a backwards "L" on the opposite side. Clamp all pieces until the glue dries according to drying times on the glue bottle.
Tap tack nails into the pieces for additional stability with a hammer. The tack nails are not required but are helpful in keeping the pieces together.
Hold the L-shaped template against one cabinet door. Hold the hardware against the template to identify the desired position. Mark the position with a pencil on the template.
Drill a hole through the mark with a drill and an appropriately-sized drill bit. The hardware package will list the proper sized bit to use.
Hold the template against the doors of the cabinet. Mark the location of the hole on the cabinet door with a pencil. Flipping the template over allows you to mark doors opening in the opposite direction from the original door.
Drill a pilot hole with the proper-sized drill bit through the mark on the cabinet door.
Insert the cabinet pull through the hole. Thread the screw into the pull from behind the door. Tighten down with a screwdriver or screwdriver drill bit and drill. Repeat the process for all the cabinet doors.
Measure each drawer carefully for width. Mark the center point of the drawer with a pencil and a vertical line on the face of the drawer.
Hold the template with just one 1/2-inch wood strip so that the wood strip is centered on the vertical mark and the plywood aspect of the template is in front of the drawer. Hold the drawer pull up to the template in the desired position. Mark the position on the template with a pencil. Remove the template.
Drill holes through the template at the desired marks with the proper-sized drill bit.
Position the template on the drawer a second time. Mark the location of the pilot holes onto the drawer. Drill holes through the marks.
Insert the drawer pulls into the holes. Thread the mounting screws through the back of the drawer into the pulls. Tighten the screws down with a screwdriver or screwdriver drill bit and drill. Repeat for all the drawers.
* 1 x Drawer Cabinet Handle