Learn how to fix a Dropping Bathroom Vanity Door with Just a Philips Screwdriver
By Mark J. Donovan
In this video Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to fix a sagging bathroom vanity door.
Over time a bathroom vanity door can begin to sag. This happens due to the fact that the cabinet door is open and closed so often. In most cases the vanity door is sagging because of a loose screw.
Once you’ve tightened the screws close and open the bathroom vanity door a couple of times. With any luck you have fixed your sagging bathroom vanity door.
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