How To Update Louvered Sliding Closet Doors
Louvered sliding closet doors – Many homes built from the 1950s to the 1980s had the loan finished doors. Luan is a kind of thin plywood. This type of door was very minimal and flush and often the doors were stained. Because the surface of the door was the loan, some doors were rough at touch and the plywood felt open. This type of door is easy to update by adding the appearance of the panels to the door, and reconditioning it in an updated color.
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Remove the door from the wardrobe. Place the louvered sliding closet doors on the buckets in a well-ventilated work surface. Sand the door on all sides using a slab. Wipe with a pillow case. Select a modern panel design for the door. Cut two pieces of 1/4 inch with 3-inch trim board’s width at the door. Position the trim at the top and bottom of the door. Measure between the pieces and cut two pieces to trim the sides of the door. Measure between the side pieces and cut two pieces. Dry fits your plays. Your door should appear to have three panels of the same size. Lightly sand the edges of your pieces with a slip block.
Apply the carpenter’s glue to the back of each piece of wood. Install your best and louvered sliding closet doors boards first. Install the page boards other and your cards inside the last. Clamp with wooden clips to keep the trim in place for 24 hours. Drive along the seams and gaps after both sides of the door have a panel and then paint in an updated color.