An interior Dutch door is literally two doors in one. Such doors give you the option to open only half top of the door while leaving the bottom closed. It is a great concept for families with young children.
Instructions of interior Dutch door
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- Use your drill and the tip cross to remove the screws from the hinges of your door and the frame. Drill used to loosen and remove the bolts of the latch inside the door.
- Measure the length of the door from top to bottom. Make the door at a height of 40 inches (101.6 cm) from the part superior.
- Replace the hinge superior to withhold what is now the portion above your new Dutch door. You will need another hinge to the bottom of this section.
- Use a chisel and hammer to cut the portion you drew. The cut you should do it until it reaches the same depth of the hinge.
- Place the part superior of the door frame. Insert a screw to hold it in place slightly. Place the bottom hinge on the portion above the door against the frame and trace its outline.
- Install the sliding latch at the interior Dutch door. Use the drill to install the lock in the bottom of the door.