Interior sliding barn doors – Hanging barn doors narrow-track travel along a metal horizontal rail on the wagons that make the door slide open and close. The trolleys are adjustable to raise or lower the door for the correct exit and keep the door level horizontal. Remove the doors from the track to check for proper fastening during the adjustment contributes properly to the doors. Remove the bolts from the end to stop the bar with a wrench to remove it, leaving the door rolling out at the end of the rod. Place the door horizontally on a pair of sawed horses. Tighten all screws and bolts in the trolleys with a screwdriver and socket wrench.
Replace screws with a slightly thicker and longer screw of the same type so that they can tighten. Rub the paraffin wax along the metal rod to lubricate it easily even when the door is out of the groove. Spray aerosol lubricant on the shaft of each transport wheel. Search for adjustment bolts, usually in the middle of each hanging wagon. Adjustment nut will either be on top of transport or in the center, available through the face of the bracket. Use the wrench to tighten the nuts all the way, turning them clockwise, to raise the door as high as possible. Turn each nut back two turns to leave a little room for adjustment and the interior sliding barn doors back onto the track.
Replace the retaining bracket and tighten it in place with a wrench. Open and close the door a few times, check the bottom finish. Place a level on a vertical end of the door. If the bubble is close to the center and the door closes completely, leave it set as is. If not, tighten or loosen the adjustment nuts required to the level of the door, wrench with the door in place, and try again until your interior sliding barn doors is opened and closed in a satisfactory manner. How? Not to hard right? Do this project with your couple or friend. I think that so funny to do together with beloved person.