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12 in. Self-Closing Bottom Mount Drawer Slide 1-Pair (2 Pieces)

  • European style drawer slides with self-closing feature
  • Mounts to the bottom corners of the drawer
  • White finish blends well into light cabinets
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Product Overview

Install the Liberty 12 in. Self-Closing Drawer Slides on a 12 in. drawer to bear a weight load of up to 100 lb. The necessary hardware is included to create a functioning drawer. The item includes a set of two slides.

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Mount TypeBottom MountBottom MountBottom MountBottom Mount
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Slide SystemEuropean BottomEuropean BottomEuropean BottomEuropean Bottom
Slide Length (In.)12 in14 in16 in18 in
Package Quantity2222
Finish FamilyWhiteWhiteWhiteWhite
Builders Hardware Product TypeDrawer SlidesDrawer SlidesDrawer SlidesDrawer Slides
MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum Expandable Length (in.)
8.56
Product Height (in.)
1.44
Product Width (in.)
0.88
Slide Length (In.)
12 in

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Drawer Slides
Drawer Slide Type
Undermount
Features
No Additional Features
Finish Family
White
Material
Steel
Mount Type
Bottom Mount
Package Quantity
2
Returnable
30-Day
Slide System
European Bottom
Weight load per set (lb.)
50

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

48Questions27Answers

Are these 3/4 extension or full-extension slides?

Asked by rkl April 24, 2021
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Rkl, Thank you for your question on the Liberty 18 in. Self-Closing Bottom Mount Drawer Slide. The slides are 3/4 Extension opening allowing the majority of the drawer to be accessed. Best, Customer Care Team

Is there one socket set per drawer?

Asked by tokare April 17, 2020
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Answers

Tokare, Thank you for your question. The Liberty 18 in. Self-Closing Bottom Mount Drawer Slide (1-Pair) does not come with the socket set and are purchased separately. You will need one set per drawer application if purchasing. Best, Customer Care Team

The description says loads up to 100lbs but the specs says 50lbs so which is the correct weight load?

Asked by RJ July 10, 2019
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Answers

The installation guide states that one pair supports 50 lbs.

Do these drawers soft close?

Asked by Lcc August 15, 2018
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Answers

No, in fact they close with a bit of a bang

Is it safe to cut the slide down to 23.5 inches to fit my drawer as I can't find this length alth...

Asked by Sue April 14, 2018
3
Answers

No, you cannot shorten the rails and still expect them to work well. Buy smaller slide and also buy extensions if necessary. Carefully Measure your cabinets to see what your clearance is. You probably have enough space in the cabinet. A slightly shorter glide may also not be an issue depending on the length of the drawer

Is there a bracket available that will let me mount these on the floor of a cabinet?

Asked by leo March 10, 2018
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Answers

I have never see any bracket that would allow that with these. They are side mount. You will need special undermount slide that mount to the case bottom and drawer bottom. Look at Blum hardware. Though you could also use ball bearing slide and make those work.

I need to make a pull-out shelf Under a desktop) using a 12" wide shelf board. Using this drawer ...

Asked by bws92082 November 23, 2017
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Answers

bws92082, Thank you for your question. This slide will pull out about 2 inches less than the length of the actual slide. Best, Customer Care Team

Can these be used with drawers that are longer than 22 inches?

Asked by Jon September 7, 2017
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It would depend on the length of the bracket mounted on the rear wall. My guess is that a drawer longer than 22 1/2 inches probably wouldn't work properly if loaded with heavy items.

Can I order them in black?

Asked by Woody July 20, 2017
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Answer

Woody, Thank you for your question. This mount is only available in white. Best, Customer Care Team

I see you the above drawer slides. Are they beige or white? Do you have beige?

Asked by Harry May 17, 2017
1
Answer

Hello Harry, Thank you for your question. This Drawer Slide only comes in white. Kind Regards, Customer Care Team

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Customer Reviews

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Bought four sets to convert fixed shelves into pullout shelves on a bench. The directions were c...
Bought four sets to convert fixed shelves into pullout shelves on a bench. The directions were clear and easy to follow, and the results are great. Not positive how much weight they can hold, but it’s enough for all our shoes so that’s what matters.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
So where the dishwasher was in our kitchen I’m making shelves the bottom and the one above it wil...
So where the dishwasher was in our kitchen I’m making shelves the bottom and the one above it will be slide out. They feel sturdy and I really feel that they will get the job done and do what’s needed to be done. I can’t do it at this moment because my broken hand but I’ve put them in there please to get measurements and I would highly recommend them.
by broadway
When I saw this was a "bottom mount" I was hoping I could use it to act as a drawer slide for a d...
When I saw this was a "bottom mount" I was hoping I could use it to act as a drawer slide for a drawer tray in my camper tow vehicle, which is a pick-up truck. Opening the package I found it was really a side slider with an L shaped edge that mounted to the bottom of the drawer. It did not have a slider that mounted to the cabinet under the drawer as I had hoped. Thinking I might be able to modify the spot I was going to put it, I took everything out of the package and examined it. First, the instructions said that the slides were labeled (at least one of them) with a "R" on the slider that mounts to the cabinet framing. I have not found it. The other thing that made me concerned was that only one of the side rails was designated the "captive member" that holds the drawer in place - not both sides. The other side had no lip to it, so, if the drawer became loose or warped or the cabined warped, the wheel on that side could easily come off the track and the drawer would drop down. There is not much tolerance in mounting adjustment. If your cabinet isn't just right, it may not fit or work. Most of the drawer slides I have worked with had multiple bearings in them and the ones with wheels had "captive" tracks on both sides. I am going to try and make this work somewhere else, but, for now, I won't be using it as planned.
by profchuck
They are not the slow closing drawer slides. It is your basic common drawer slide. They are easy ...
They are not the slow closing drawer slides. It is your basic common drawer slide. They are easy to install. Make sure you take your time and line the slides up correctly on each side before you start screwing them in. I used them for the bottom drawer of a small staircase I built for my dog to climb up the bed. Didn’t want it to be wasted space so I put drawers in each stair. They are pretty sturdy and can handle your basic storage needs and still slide smoothly.
by Jackie
When I saw the Liberty bottom mount drawer slide a pull-out shelf came to mind. So a bottom shelf...
When I saw the Liberty bottom mount drawer slide a pull-out shelf came to mind. So a bottom shelf in a cabinet that stored baking and other cooking supplies was the place to make it work. Picked up a piece of plywood and two 1 1/2" X 1 1/2" X 3' wood runners, mounted the runners on either side of the bottom of the cabinet and attached the tracks. Measured for the bottom slide out shelf attached the other tracks and installed it into the side tracks..
by quick6
Handled my heavy drawers very nice. Slides very easy. Now...
Handled my heavy drawers very nice. Slides very easy. Now if I can master building the drawers even.
by Abby
2 people found this helpful
I used the 24" slides to replace the worn hardware in the kitchen drawers of our 40+ year-old hom...
I used the 24" slides to replace the worn hardware in the kitchen drawers of our 40+ year-old home. But, I liked the results so much I also used them to construct slide-out under-the-counter shelves, then proceeded to upgrade all the bathroom drawers. Really inspired, I used the sliders in fabricating four custom storage units for the walk-in closet. The slides are very strong, in that I believe the total weight of each center slide-out shelf exceeds 50 pounds. Tip: I used a silicone compound, Chemplex 710, to lubricate the slides; makes them feel virtually frictionless and adds to the ease of the self-closing feature.
by HDfan
12 people found this helpful
Easy to install and adjust. I have been using this brand for years and very reliable.
Easy to install and adjust. I have been using this brand for years and very reliable.
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3 people found this helpful
They work just fine
They do their job. I wish I knew if the weight limit were for the closed position or if that were for the leading edge at full open. (I'd really doubt the latter, but who knows?) It handles my 35# leading edge working load just fine. But I also put a roller in, just in case.
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This will become my standard drawer slide
There is nothing fancy about these slides, all they do is work as described, and that they do very well. I just finished a 4- drawer utility cabinet with the 18 inch slides yesterday, and I'm looking forward to the 7-drawer-12-inch project that's on my list for today. Just follow the (very simple) instructions. These slides almost extend full length, are self-closing and run smoothly, for a fraction of the costs of telescoping slides. They are also really easy to install: If you build a cabinet, you can install the halves that go on the side walls first, before assembling the cabinet, while the work piece iis still flat on your workbench. Same for the halves that go on the drawers - mount them on your workbench, and then just slide the drawer into the cabinet..
by JF
8 people found this helpful
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