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HAHAEMALL Super Mini Barn Door Hardware Kit 5ft-Single Door, Sli


HAHAEMALL Super Mini Barn Door Hardware Kit 5ft-Single Door, Sli

Product Description

HAHAEMALL Super mini barn door hardware (NO CABINET)-5FT single Door kit

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HAHAEMALL mini barn door hardware kit-5ft Single Door kit

  • Design for cabinet and TV stand and other DIY home decoration
  • Provide plenty dust-free storage, convenient to use, easy to clear up, smart and decoration.
  • Track's length should be twice the opening or door's width.

Sliding barn door hardware for super mini cabinet (NO CABINET INCLUDE)

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HAHAEMALL Mini barn door hardware Feature:

  • Both inside and outside use.
  • No distortion and smooth.
  • Durable and Noiseless.
  • Widely used on cabinet barn door hardware

HAHAEMALL small barn door hardware Description:

  • The roller diameter is about 1.5 inch, the track width is about 1 inch
  • The distance from the top the door to the top edge of the cabinet should be at least 4''
  • Hanging for Double wooden cabinet
  • Black color vintage style appearance
  • Fit door thickness: 3/4 to 1-1/8''.

HAHAEMALL 5 FT(48 inches) Single Door kit's included

• Sliding track: 2pc*2.5ft

• Roller: 2pcs

• Door stopper: 2pcs

• Track spacer: 4pcs

• Floor guide: 1xL Door Guide,1xU Door Guide

• Anti-pad: 4pcs


HAHAEMALL Super Mini Barn Door Hardware Kit 5ft-Single Door, Sli

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