Monday, March 17, 2014

All's well that... knobs well? (Header a work in progress)

Apparently the doorkob I had on my bathroom door was pretty old.  Old enough so that one part of it started to fall off whenever I tried to close the door, which was more than a little annoying.  Today I finally bought a new one and replaced it.  The new doorknob came in a package whihc spelled the word "impact" as "impat," but their product seems to work.  (Very simple to install, so I can't take much handyman credit here.)  I'd feel bad about letting the old one go, but it's just decrepit.  It's not an interesting antique, or at least that's how it seems.

5 comments:

susan said...

There's nothing worse than being on one side of the door wanting to be on the other side, while there you are with a knob in your hand. Maybe that won't get you a handyman license, but at least it's done.

Ben said...

Certainly it's nice to have it done so you don't have to worry about it anymore.

Helene Raymond said...
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Helene Raymond said...

Having a broken doorknob is really annoying, and it is not a welcome distraction. I’m glad you already replaced your old one. Everything needed to be changed, but you can always hang on to your old antique doorknob to keep those memories. Thank you for sharing!

Helene Raymond @ Trade Squad