I was recently contacted by a friend who recently purchased a sliding door.
The sliding door was one of many products she received through a Kickstarter campaign.
She was initially skeptical of the product, but was soon convinced by the testimonials and reviews.
After she installed it, she said, she noticed that she was able to move it to her bedside table and was able open the door.
She also noticed that it felt more solid when opened.
The installation is a little more complicated than the instructions suggest, but there are a few steps you can take to get the best results.
First, take the sliding door apart.
Make sure you have a hammer.
A hammer is a strong tool that is usually used for cutting wood or metal.
You can use a hacksaw to do this, but it may be too hard for the sliding doors.
Make a hole in the side of the sliding window.
This hole should be at least 12 inches in diameter and at least three inches wide.
The easiest way to do that is to use a drill bit and drill a 3-inch hole in each side of your sliding window, about 1-inch deep.
The opening should be 3 inches from the edge of the window.
You’ll also want to drill a hole on the inside of the door, about 2 inches wide, to accommodate the hinges and screws that hold the sliding screen to the sliding frame.
If you need help with this, visit a local home improvement store.
Next, you need to assemble the sliding glass.
To do this you’ll need a sliding glass cutter.
I used a Dremel.
You may also want a hacksaws.
The Dremell has a wide-mouth blade that can be used for slicing wood.
This is a good tool to have.
If not, you can make your own.
This tool will cut the glass using a rotary tool like a rotor saw.
Cut the glass at an angle and place it in a bowl.
It’s important that you have the proper orientation for the glass.
For this, you’ll want to place the glass upside down on a flat surface and place a towel or cloth underneath the glass to hold it up.
Next use a hammer to cut a hole at the bottom of the glass and push it into the glass until the hole is large enough to fit the sliding pane.
This will give you room for the hinge to sit properly on the sliding panel.
You should now have two pieces of glass.
Slide the sliding film onto the opening in the bottom edge of your opening.
Be sure that the opening is level with the opening on the other side of both pieces.
The top and bottom of both glass pieces will fit perfectly on the opening.
This opening should not be the one that you’re trying to install on your sliding door, but rather a piece that fits in the opening and fits flush with the top of the opening, as shown in the picture.
The film can then be cut away from the opening by gently pushing the opening away from your sliding pane and then pushing the bottom end of the film back into the opening to close it.
Repeat this process for the other piece of glass to close up the opening as well.
The final step is to install the hinges.
Slide a flat metal strip through the opening of the pane and push the sliding piece to the opening using the flat metal piece.
The metal strip should be smooth and not have any gaps.
Next slide the sliding pan onto the sliding plate.
Slide both pieces of sliding glass into the plate.
Push the sliding edge of one pane down into the slot that will hold the hinge and then slide the hinge back up into the open slot.
Now slide the pane into the sliding slot.
The hinges should now be installed.
Install the door lock.
If the sliding sheet is too big, you may want to cut it down a bit.
This step will be much easier if you can get the hinge down into a slot and then use a pair of pliers to pull the hinge off.
Once the hinge is installed, install the locking mechanism.
Slide your sliding sheet down the opening into the locking slot.
You will want to use the flat plate that is holding the hinge onto the glass pane.
The flat plate should be about 1/8 inch wide and 3/8 to 1 inch thick.
This plate will hold your sliding film in place.
Slide this plate back onto the pane, then push the plate down into your sliding pan and slide the plate up onto the plate so that it sits flush with your sliding panel and lock the sliding part of the panel into place.
Now, slide the locking sheet onto the locking plate, using a small screwdriver or the flat-metal blade to make a small cut on the sheet.
Now you can slide the sheet back onto your sliding plate and the sliding end of your film onto your panel.
Slide it back onto all of the other sliding pieces of film and then install the sliding hinges.
Finally, install your sliding screen.
Slide all of your films onto the