Sylvan 256mm Norton Black Cabinet Handle
This is pretty simple – just unscrew the existing wardrobe handle, then use a screwdriver to unfasten the part that attaches to the wardrobe. If it's too tight, use your drill with a Phillips head drill bit in reverse drill mode.
If the holes left after you unscrew your old handles don't match where you want to put your new ones you're going to need to fill these in. Use Spakfilla – it's a great product for this kind of job as it dries really fast.
To make sure your handles are installed straight, you'll want to use a square. Use an pencil to mark up where you want your handles to go.
Choose a drill bit that is a similar size to your screw – pre-drilling your hole will make life a whole lot easier. Pop some safety glasses on for this bit.
This is the fun part – watching the transformation unfold! Pop your screws through the drill holes and place a washer on each side of the door to protect it from scratches. Place the handle on and tighten the screws. To make sure the handle is nice and secure, finish tightening with the drill.
Once your Spakfilla is nice and dry, finish it off by giving it a light sand – wear a dust mask for this.
How easy was that? You've now got an entirely new look for your room!