Glass-door kitchen cabinets are a eye-appealing and lavish attribute in a room layout, but continual use can get noisy. Every single closing of these cabinets can be loud, inducing dishes to rattle and vibrate against each other since both the glass surface of the wood surface of the cabinet and this door are strong. Install self-adhesive felt, if you want to protect your dishes and cut back kitchen cabinet noise or rubber tabs on cabinetry in your kitchen.
Clean the cabinet’s frame. Put a few drops of alcohol on a soft cloth and wipe the framework. Use mild detergent and warm water to wash the surface, eliminating dirt, dust and greasy residue if you do not have denatured alcohol. The inside of the glass door with glass cleaner and wipe with a paper towel.
Close to the glass door where the inside cabinet framework rolls , usually at the bottom and top corners of the cabinet and observe. You may need to stand beside the cabinet and look from a angle where the two meet, to observe at the door. Mark the contact point of the cabinet corners using a pen or chalk. Do not mark on the glass. If you can not differentiate exactly where the door and cabinet touch, use the centerpoint of each corner as your contact point.
Remove the tape onto the rubber or felt tabs. These can be obtained at discount store, your regional hardware store or craft shop and are roughly 1/4 to 1/2 inch in diameter. Opt for a shade that matches the colour of your kitchen cabinets. Press the side of the rubber or felt tab against the pen or chalk marking on each cabinet corner. Use light pressure to make certain that the tabs adhere to the cabinet.