If you're tired of people swinging doors open and slamming cabinets shut, you can make some cheap wall stops and bumpers with a little hot glue. This video from the HouseholdHacker YouTube channel shows you some ways to use hot glue that you may not have thought of before. A few of the tips we have already covered, but you can also use hot glue to make some cheap doorknob wall stops and cabinet bumpers to keep your home from getting damaged (and make things a little quieter). To make a doorknob wall stop, you need a plastic bottle cap and some tape in addition to the hot glue. Place a large piece of tape on the wall where the doorknob usually meets the wall, then hot glue the bottle cap to the tape. Once it's on there, add a thick layer of hot glue to the top of the bottle cap to create a rubbery cushion. Making the cabinet bumpers is even easier. Just stick a piece of tape on your cabinet doors where it usually slams shut and dab a little hot glue on the tape.
Make Cheap Door Knob Wall Stoppers And Cabinet Bumpers With Hot Glue
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