1. Establish where you want the placement and stick a 3" or 4"piece of (blue) masking tape on the spot. As a rule for most standard cabinets, holes for knobs are drilled approximately 1.5" from the opening (vertical) edge and 2" from the top or bottom (horizontal) edge, depending on door orientation (upper or lower cabinet).
2. Measure the distance of the hole(s) to be drilled from the side and bottom edge of doors, (for drawers measure from both sides and from bottom and top for centering) mark the hole positions on the masking tape.
3. Repeat steps for each door or drawer.
4. Determine the drill bit size and drill holes at marked areas on the tape from the front of the cabinet surface. Drilling from the back may cause splintering.
5. Remove tape and install the screws through the back of the cabinet into the knob or pull, tighten the screws and your done.
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