It’s been 2 year and 5 months since I’ve moved to my home. I’ve had projects on my list and just never found time until NOW. By the time the stay-at-home orders are lifted, I may have a whole new home. All that is missing is a spring update from HomeGoods.
The latest part of the DIY project is installing cabinet knobs to my kitchen cabinet. This isn’t the finale for my kitchen but a practice to see how to do this. 😉
I’ll teach you and then send me a finished product of your kitchen or bathroom hardware install.
Here’s a video to show you how it is done. Products used are tagged below. The links in this post contain affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link.
Kreg Cabinet Hardware Jig (This one varies from 1″ to 5″)
Drill Bit (Need a 3/16 drill bit for the hardware jig)
Cabinet Knobs (ones used in the video)
Let’s begin. Shall we?
*Not shown in the video and thought I needed to provide a thorough explanation of this*
I basically lined the holes up on the Kreg cabinet hardware jig to 3 inches. I had a 3″ cabinet pull. I place the cabinet hardware onto the particle board. I latched and tightened the Kreg clamp onto the hardware jig and particle board to hold in place.
From there, I took my drill using the 3/16 drill bit and drilled a hole in the hole part on the cabinet hardware jig (gray hole area). Then I screwed the screws into the board and tighten with my drill using my Ryobi driving set.
P.S. I like ordering from Amazon because you can get a pack of 10,15, etc and spend next to nothing. The acrylic ones tend to be $5 each no matter where you go. If you’re going for a different look, try my Amazon store for cabinet pull ideas and grab a pack.
What shall this quarantine help me learn next?