Push a thin wooden wedge under the opening corner of the door to prop it. Ask someone to hold the door steady while you fit the door stop.
Remove the upper hinge pin by holding a thin pin punch against the bottom of the hinge pin from below and tapping it free with a hammer.
Slide the hinge pin through the hole in the door stop so that the threaded adjustable nylon buffer faces the wall and the fixed buffer rests against the side of the door.
Replace the hinge pin with the attached door stop and tap the top of the pin all the way down with a hammer.
Screw the threaded hinge pin buffer in or out to adjust the door stop.
Lock the adjustable nylon buffer by putting a single drop of acrylic glue on the machined thread where it enters the hinge pin buffer body.
Things You Will Need
- Thin wooden wedge
- Pin punch
- Acrylic glue
- Do not force the wood wedge in under the end of the door with a hammer; it is only meant to support the weight of the door while you work.
- Put a drop of oil on the hinge pin before you replace it.