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Replacing cabinet knobs:

Another small project that can 
 add a little oomph to your kitchen or bathroom is to replace the knobs on your cabinet doors to match or coordinate with your new faucet.

Replacing knobs is simple. First, unscrew and remove your old knobs. If the holes don’t line up for your new knobs, you can drill a hole through the front of the cabinet to the back and mount the new knobs on the cabinet fronts. Never drill from the inside to the outside, as wood splinters will be exposed on the outer side of your cabinets. By putting masking tape on the inside of the cabinet door, you can catch those splinters as you drill.

And voila, with just two small projects that you can easily do on a Saturday, you’ve got a whole new look to your house. 

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