Door Handles. Monday , October 01st , 2018 - 13:50:51 PM
Nice and easy, and low maintenance, the best way to keep your chrome handles looking great is to dust them and give them a quick wash over with the tried and tested soft cloth and warm soapy water combination. Make sure to dry thoroughly afterwards with a lint free cloth or towel. An occasional wipe over with a light oil will also help maintain the appearance of your handles. Don't use metal polishes or any kind of abrasive cleaner.
You can take the old handle and the 'back set' measurements to your local hardware store and purchase a matching handle replacement. This will ensure the compatibility of the new replacement handle with your door. In the next step, the latch is screwed-in and the screws are turned tight into their place using a screwdriver. Before tightening the screws it is better to get them started with your hands. The next step is to place both the exterior and interior door handles in their place. The next step in new door handle replacement is to place screws on their proper place. This is a little meticulous job, since you need to ensure that the screws properly fall into place, else the new handle can give you some trouble. Both the screws are started with your hands before tightening them properly with the screwdriver. Next the door handles are tested to check whether they work properly and if there is a smooth flow in their motion. You should also test the lock to check whether it is properly working or not. In case you find any trouble with the lock or the handle replacement, then you should remove the assembly and recheck the screws.
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