We have compiled an exhaustive list of care information to get the most of your furniture. However, if time-management is not your strong suit then at least read this page.
Many of items require some assembly. These tips will help make assembly easy and stress free.
When you set up your buffet or display cabinet, you might notice the doors are not straight. This can occur due uneven floor surfaces or a slight loosening of the door in transit. However this can be easily fixed by following the guide below. Just like reversing a car in tight spot, an extra pair of hands and eyes can help! Remember to have the furniture exactly in the position you want to be before you begin adjusting.
Often referred to as kitchen style hinges these offer very minute adjustments on 3 different axis’s. Although they vary in make and model, they operate on the same principle. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to make these adjustments.
Adjustable Leg Glides
Many of our items have leg glides that protect the floor from damage but can be adjusted to raise and lower the height of the product. Adjust on the side of the unit where the door is not straight. Turn clockwise to lower and anti-clockwise to lift.Furniture Wedges
For items with plinths or non-adjustable hinges, plastic furniture wedges can be used. Fit them on the side of the unit that needs to be lifted up. Check the alignment and then “snap” off the part of the wedge sticking out.
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