Constance Sampson Towel Ring November 17th, 2018 - 04:37:57
The towel bar to end and mark with more tape. 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.
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