| Is this as easy as taking the screws out of the hinges and then putting
| back again when I'm done painting ?? Or is there anything I have to do to
| make sure it goes back 'properly' ??
Cut a wedge out of wood that you can push under the door and then put your
foot on it to lift the door up to hanging height when re-hanging, and/or get
a friend to hold the door while working on the hinges.
It depends how heavy it is! In any event, take the screws out of the *frame*
and leave the hinges attached to the door.
A light internal door will probably remain attached to the frame even with
the screws out - and you may have to give it a nudge to free it. When
putting it back, it helps if you put something like a screwdriver under it,
to lift it to the right height for the hinges to go back into the recesses
in the frame.
A heavy external door is a different matter. You need to support it properly
*before* taking the screws out - and you need to prop it at the correct
height with something fairly substantial before you can put them back.
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