Drawer Pull Hardware Pack

$9.95 USD
Item# 93202
Availability: Expected to be available May 27, 2024. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Create your own custom cast glass cabinet and drawer handles
  • Hardware set makes installation easy - fits standard pre-drilled holes
  • Package includes 10 sets of matching threaded inserts and screws
  • Brass inserts features knurled exterior for a secure bond when glued in place

Product Description

Install your custom cast glass pulls with ease. After cleaning your castings, simply glue the threaded brass insert into the opening created on the back of the casting and allow the adhesive to set. Your artful handles and knobs install easily on drawers or cabinets with the included screws. #8-32 screws are 1" long. Hardware pack includes 10 sets of insets and screws.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   perfect fo use with the knob molds
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Pros : Following the instructions for the round or square knob molds these work perfectly. Screws fit tightly.
Cons : No instructions, tips, or tricks shipped with the item itself. I had to use the knob project sheet to get any info and hope these matched what was mentioned.
Other Thoughts : I tried using E6000 with these and that was still too loosy goosy, I had to switch to a resin epoxy to glue them in, and that was messy... not to mention hard to keep them centered just right, but if you put in the screws to hold the barrels in place, be very careful to keep the threads 100% clear & clean since I lost one to a thread of epoxy drifting into the wrong spot.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Vital hardware
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Pros : The brass bits are just the right size for knobs and handles
Cons : No instructions on installing them in the glass
Other Thoughts : I would buy a larger bunch of them if it saved money
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   knob and handle hardware
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Pros : very easy to use, nice tight connection
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