Krystal Bates Towel Bar September 03rd, 2018 - 03:04:53
Towel bars on the fresh wall, I've already started marking my wall with painters tape. But what I did was measure up from the floor to the height of where I wanted the bars to be placed. I'm going to check to see if there are any studs, where I'm going to put my screws, I measured out the distance for our line to the left side of the towel bar to end and mark with more tape. Here. The intersection of the two tape pieces is where I'm going to drill the first hole. This is where the wall anchor will go because there's no stud right here. Sometimes I use my own wall anchors, but the ones included with the package will work great slide. This into the hole and tap and flush with the wall.
Now I'm going to measure the length of the towel bar from the center screw. These are 24-inch bars. I see that it's exactly 24 inches between the screws on the wall, I'll double-check, that my mark on the right is the same height as the left, then from the center of the first anchor all measured 24 inches to the right and Mark that position. I like to keep checking my marks so with a level I'll verify that the holes are level and it looks like it definitely is so now checked for studs on the right side before drilling looks like this is stud here I'll drill, a hole with a drill Bit that's the side of the screw that will go here, starting on the left side, I'll start mounting the wall bracket with the included screws.
This one goes into the wall anchor. Then I'm ready to mount the wall bracket on the right with another screw. This one is going directly into the stud on both brackets keep them loose for now. They'll be tightened later now I'll check to see that my towel bars is correctly on the bracket and I'll look to see that it's level. It's definitely looking good. So I'll finish mounting the brackets on the wall. Here, I'm using a pencil to mark the position of the bottom hole in the bracket because the brackets are loose. I can get behind them easily to drill the final holes on the left side.
I'm drilling a hole big enough for the wall anchor like before I'll fold. This anchor first and insert it into the hole. The right side doesn't need an anchor so I'll, just drills a hole right here. At this time I can screw in the last fuse and tighten the brackets to the wall in the permanent positions. Don't forget to tighten the top screw as well. I'm just about ready to put the towel bar on the wall.
Take the set screws and screw them into the bottom of the towel bar on the left and right sides with the included Allen. The wrench doesn't twist them in too far, though the bar can be hung on the wall brackets, and the last thing I need to do is tighten the set screws. This is probably the most difficult part of the installation because the screw is so close to the wall. It will take quite a few twists, but you'll know when is tight when both set screws are tight, the towel bar should be solidly attached to the wall for the second towel bar.
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