Cover Sliding Panel Closet Doors with Fabric

Nov 11th

Sliding panel closet doors – To cover sliding panel closet doors with fabric, starting with remove the doors from their tracks, according to the type. If you have guide brackets connected to the floor, turn them. Then tilt the bottom of the door from lifting it. Doors without the bottom screws lift each door straight up pull it free from the bottom track. With the door raised, tilt the bottom towards you to loosen it from the top track. Next, lay doors on a flat surface, then measure the length and width. Add 1 inch to length and 1 inch in width.

Track Blinds Sliding Panel Closet Doors
Track Blinds Sliding Panel Closet Doors

Cut a piece of fabric per sliding panel closet doors to these goals. Next, plug 1/4 inch iron on hem tape along the sides of each fabric panel on the wrong side of the fabric. Pin the edges in alignment with the outer edges and with paper backing facing away from the fabric. Iron edge the tape to the fabric, according to the instructions of the manufacturer. After that, remove the pins and paper backing from the melted home tape. Throw both sides of each panel on the wrong side of the fabric of 1/2 inch. Iron fold to merge the free side of the tape to the fabric and create clear, finished home. Then, repeat steps 3 and 4 with the top and bottom of each fabric panel.

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Fill liquid starch in a background tray. Fold each fabric panel into loose, wide-wise accordion throwing then dip the panels into liquid starch one at a time. After that, apply starch-coated panels to sliding panel closet doors while the fabric is moist. Adjust all four edges on panels with doors. Smooth some wrinkles with plastic, straight edge background smoother, working out of center in all directions. Let the stiff fabric dry, which excavates it to the doors. And the last, lift the doors back into their top slots, with the bottom of the slant in the direction used to remove it. The doors still raise, straighten them and lower them in the bottom slots. Connect the screws that connect the guide brackets to the floor if you have.