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My favourite kitchen hack EVER!

Updated: Mar 23, 2022

Are you tired of hearing you cabinet doors slam shut? Wish you could change your hinges to make them all soft close? What if I told you that you could do it without replacing your hinges! 2 words: Hinge Damper!


Here is the magical little attachment!



There are many different products online but the ones that I have used and highly recommend are the Blum door hinge dampers. This is not a sponsored post. I truly love this product and want to share it with you guys!



All you have to do is clip them on your hinges and problem solved!





ITS THAT EASY!




I wanted to go over a few important things with you guys:

  • When ordering your hinge dampers make sure you order the right ones for your hinges. I have full overlay hinges so I ordered the attachments for those. Here is a photo to help you determine what type of hinges you have.


  • Standard height cabinet doors have 2 hinges per door and extended cabinet doors have 3 hinges per door. I Have standard height ones and only use one damper per door. They work just fine and you'll only need half the amount this way which saves you $$$. If you have extended cabinets, I'd recommend adding a damper on the top and bottom hinge but the middle hinge won't need one. Here is an illustration to show you how they work.




Ok guys, as promised I have a list of links for you (both Canada and USA). Note these links are for the product that works with Blum hinges. You may need a different brand depending on your hinges.



AMAZON-CANADA (pack of 10)




HOME DEPOT-CANADA




LOWES-CANADA



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AMAZON-USA (pack of 5)




HOME DEPOT-USA: (this is a different product that you attach on the inside of the cabinet rather than the hinge)







LOWES-USA




I hope you guys find this hack helpful! Follow me on Instagram/Tiktok For more hacks and video tutorials!


Cheers!

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