How to install corner kitchen cabinet hinges?

Kitchen corner cabinet hinges are used to secure kitchen cabinets in their original positions. The hinges are used to lock the doors so that they do not move when pushed or pulled. They also act as a means of securing shelves and other items to prevent them from moving around. There are many different corner hinges for kitchen cabinets, but they all have one thing in common: they secure the cabinet doors in place. Here’s a quick guide on how to install corner kitchen cabinet hinges.

How to install corner kitchen cabinet hinges?

Here is the step-by-step guide to installing Rincomatic Hinges.

  1. Remove the existing hinges from the cabinet door by removing screws that hold them in place.
  2. Measure and cut new hinges to fit your cabinet door’s dimensions using a jigsaw or saw. Be sure to measure from inside of the top and bottom corners of the door, as these are where the hinge will sit when assembled.
  3. If installing a magnetic hinge option, lightly sand all edges of the metal piece prior to installation.
  4. Screw the hinge in place and attach it to the mounting plate for electrical options before firmly attaching them to each side of a cabinet door with screws that are provided along with new hinges. Use a pencil or pen when marking holes on wood so they will not be over drilled by accident. Use plenty of caulk where necessary as the paint may drip from your screw heads onto surfaces below, such as baseboards.
  5. Before installing the hinge, test it with a screw to make sure that when in pressure, it operates properly. For magnetic hinge options on wood cabinet doors: secure magnet to top of the door and install new hinges before securing magnet securely onto baseboard inside corner space.
  6. Attach hinges as described above for full installation. Reasons for using kitchen cabinet corners:

– Added security and protection from items moving around from the sides of cabinets, like fridge shelves. With a corner hinge installed, these items will remain in place. Not only does this help with secure function, but it makes them more attractive to look at as well because they no longer slide over each other on your walls.

– Increase counter height by raising interior doors 3″ up off the floor. This allows anyone to have easy access to the knobs, pulls, and hinges that are needed for opening and closing your cabinets. No more bending over or standing on tip-toes in order to reach cabinet handles from behind.

– Undo just one screw at a time without having any of them fall off onto the floor below and causing you extra work or accidents later? With a corner installation hinge, all screws need removal only once and can be replaced on their own accord.

– Make cabinets easier to clean. As stated, you won’t need legs for this option (just channels), and the cabinet will stand fully vertical without toppling over. It’s also very convenient if a corner of your kitchen needs extra shelf space, such as behind the fridge or under the sink.


Corner hinge cabinets are an essential part of any kitchen. The hinges are required to ensure that the cabinets remain in place and do not fall off the wall. Before you start installing corner kitchen cabinet hinges, make sure that your cabinet is aligned with the corner, and drill a hole for the screw so that it does not damage your wood. Once you have done this, you can then attach the hinge to your cabinet using screws.

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