Corner guards are incredibly beneficial in protecting the welfare of not only your home but your loved ones as well. Corner guards are extremely helpful, cost-effective and very easy to install.
So if you have been thinking about installing some corner guards in your home either the walls, tables, desk or furniture and are a bit skeptical on how you could install career guards then here are six ways that you can install corner guards which are relatively easy.
No need to call someone or ask your hubby. Some of this installation is easy enough that even your kid could do.
Here are 6 Ways To Install Corner Guards
# 1 – Adhesive
This is perhaps one of the go-to installations for many looking to install corner guards on their wall or corners – but don’t want to deal with any hardware or tools to get the job done. The Adhesive installation method is relatively simple.
All that is required is that you clean the are that you are looking to place the corner guard. Add the adhesive and then slowly but surely place the corner guard on the are.
After a day or so the adhesive will be so strong and attached to the corner guard that it will become stuck. The great thing about this method comes down to the idea that there are no tools but the glue and the corner involved.
# 2 – Snap-on
This one like the former entry is relatively easy and straightforward to do. All that is required, and this is more for tables and desk, that you snap on the corner guard to the desk or the table.
# 3 – Drill
Okay, this may not be your forte, and you may think it to be a bit difficult. But in all honesty, this is relatively simple. For many stainless steel corner guards, this is the traditional way to set up a corner guard and doing so is very simple. Hold the drill gun in place and then drill the nail in to hold the corner guard in place.
# 4 – Sticky Tag
This one is more of this plastic corner guards. Plastic guards may not be as strong or as durable as some fo form of corner guards but they are very affordable, and they can easily be replaced.
With this installing method all you need to do, much like the first entry and place a sticky patch on the wall, or corner and then place the plastic corner guard on over that.
# 5 – Carve It In
Another installation that may not be your forte but given the right person to do the job can truly be a great option. Having someone carve corner guards into your walls or table is also another way; and a unique way.
# 6 – Foam
The is perhaps one of the more exciting ways to add a corner guard which is via the foaming method. Glue, tape, or an adhesive can be used for this means. Most preferably tape as it will not strip away the paint job on the wall.