Cabinet Door Restraint, 8 Inch Stainless Steel Cupboard Hinge Limiter Swing Restrictor Stopper, Flexible Braided Cable, Prevent Door From Opening Too Far Made in USA by Salt Life Solutions (2 Pack)

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Cabinet Door Restraint, 8 Inch Stainless Steel Cupboard Hinge Limiter Swing Restrictor Stopper, Flexible Braided Cable, Prevent Door From Opening Too Far Made in USA by Salt Life Solutions (2 Pack)

Cabinet Door Restraint, 8 Inch Stainless Steel Cupboard Hinge Limiter Swing Restrictor Stopper, Flexible Braided Cable, Prevent Door From Opening Too Far Made in USA by Salt Life Solutions (2 Pack)

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We also liked that the cabinet door restraints allow you to select the open angle of the cabinet. Whether you want it to open a little wider or less wide because of the layout of your kitchen, you can make that specific adjustment. Also take a look at where the wall or other doors are and figure out where you want it to stop. If you’re looking to stop your door from hitting the wall, you only need to make sure it stops just off the wall. The plastic restriction clips have only one opening angle: 86 degrees. That “one size fits all” approach may work great for the company making them, but not for the end consumer. This is causing damage to the knobs and damage to the cabinets themselves. When the knobs hit the drywall, they cause dents and damage and when they hit the other knobs, they dent.

There are a couple of options on how you can fix this problem, but if you’re going for speed and ease, this is the way. You don’t want your cabinet doors to hit each other because it can damage the door or the knob and will also make a surprisingly loud noise. Yes, the new knobs we just installed (and the knobs the previous owner had) bang right into another cabinet in one spot and into the wall in the other. The doors don’t stop themselves soon enough.If your cabinet doors open wider than 90 degrees, they might be hitting the side of the cabinets next to them. This can cause damage to the knob, wall or cabinet door. After having these restraints up for almost two years, I can tell you that I absolutely stopped noticing that they are even there at all. And I certainly don’t miss the doors dinging up my walls! Our restraints work with practically every type of hinge on the market. No more guessing if you have the right hinge. Chances are you do.

Thread the screw onto the restraint and screw into your pre-drilled hole. Make sure not to screw it completely flush into the cabinet. The wire needs a little give to it. Note – ensure that your screw is shorter than the depth of your cabinet. Too long of a screw will poke out the front! Video tutorial Are you wondering how to keep your cabinet doors from swinging open too far? Are your cabinet doors hitting a wall? Are your cabinet doors hitting an appliance? Are your cabinet doors hitting a pendant light? Are your cabinet doors hitting another cabinet? If you answered yes to any of those questions, we have the perfect, simple solution for you.You can add either a hinge restrictor clip or cabinet door restraints to your cabinet doors to limit how wide they can open and prevent them from banging into each other. Titus hinge angle restrictors limit the opening angle of cabinet doors and prevent damage to door or any adjacent object. Our stainless steel cabinet door restraints are the superior choice compared to the plastic hinge restriction clips offered by others. Here’s why: Hinge restrictor clips attach to the actual hinges of your cabinet door and keep them from opening all the way, but you have to know exactly what type of hinge you have and if it’s compatible with the clips.

The plastic restriction clips put all of the stress and strain of limiting your door opening angle on the hinges themselves – something they are not designed to handle. This will cause premature failure of your cabinet hinges and possible damage to your cabinetry. String your screw through the other end of the restraint and screw into place. Again, be sure not to tighten it 100 percent of the way. Decide where you want the other end to go on the cabinet to hold the door to your preferred angle. Mark with pencil. Pre-drill in this spot. Love them. They definitely stop the cupboard doors from hitting each other. Great little restrictor piece However, hinge restrictor clips are completely invisible once installed and just look like part of the hinge, so if that is important to you, these may be a good option.The plastic restriction clips get brittle and break easily. After all, they’re only made of plastic. Our cabinet door restraint kits are the perfect way to prevent damage to your home, boat, camper or RV.



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