Paige Migneault Door Knob May 20th, 2018 - 10:36:05
Black white and brown are the common colors. Ivory and almond colored door knobs are also available. You can also find a good selection of embossed and hand-painted porcelain door knobs. Porcelain door knobs also feature a variety of styles. Victorian designs to the modern styles are available in the market. Meadows and prairie are the other popular styles. Both round and oval door knobs are available. To keep the original look and finish porcelain door knobs must be dusted regularly. They can be cleaned using warm soapy water.
Also a good resistive structure is needed. Deadbolts are used along with exterior door levers. We have to pull out these deadbolts latches if we want to replace the knob. Interior knobs have a basic structure somewhat simpler than an exterior knobs properties so they are simpler to replace. The main screws need to be removed first using a screwdriver. Then the two knobs on each direction will automatically come out. After that faceplate screws on the edges need to be taken out to remove the latching parts. Then the main plate needs to be taken out removing the anchor screws. These are the basic tasks to remove a door knob. Then the question of installing the new door knob arrives.
There are people who collect all sorts of thing. From dolls to bottle caps there is a collection for nearly every personality. Some people even get all worked up over the old knobs on doors and have started collections out of antique door knobs. Were not sure how this collection happened. Maybe is started when an old door was going to be thrown out and there was a nostalgic moment and the knob was kept as a memory. Then that knob called out for more knobs and a collecting frenzy was underway. No matter the reason for them antique door knob collections are very popular and can be very expensive.
The entrance porcelain door knobs are fully functional with locks and latches. Privacy and passage sets are used on bathroom and bedroom doors. Porcelain dummy knobs make a perfect addition for your cupboards and closets. Usually porcelain knobs come in a complete set of two pieces. They are available in different sizes. However the standard ones measure 2 ¼ or 2 ½ diameter. Most porcelain door knobs feature a short iron brass or bronze stem. A matching backplate is also provided in some cases. The backplates normally come in five different finishes - satin nickel antique brass polished brass chrome and oil-rubbed bronze. Porcelain door knobs are available in a choice of colors and finishes.