Broken paint, scuffs as well as holes can happen on door bottoms. Wooden doors are protected by a kick-plate display from harm while also incorporating a touch. Brass kick plates are frequently employed because they match home colours and most exterior schemes, but the plates are accessible in metals. You may also use a kick plate that is clear acrylic in the event you want delicate-seeking defense that does not detract from the look of the door.
Place the kick-plate contrary to the base of the door, centering it around two inches up in the bottom edge. Use a measuring tape to assure the kick plate is centered in from the edges and sits over the door bottom.
Mark the area of the four-corner screw-holes using a pencil. Set the kick-plate apart.
Drill a 3/4 inch deep-hole through each marked area on the door. Use a drill-bit one dimension smaller in relation to the screws included with all the kick-plate.
If all these are included along with your kick-plate peel the backing in the foam spacers. Attach a spacer to the rear of the kick-plate in every corner, however don’t protect the screw-holes.
Position the kick-plate so the holes line up with all the holes. Screw the screws securing the plate firmly.
Peel off the protective coating on the very front of the kick-plate. Wipe any smudges in the plate surface using a moist cloth.