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Soft Close Cabinet Door Damper (10-Pack)

  • Stop the slam on your cabinets!
  • Mount inside your cabinet to create a soft-close cabinet door
  • Quick installation on both face frame or frameless cabinets
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Product Overview

Liberty Cabinet Hardware

Instantly Upgrade Your Home with Decorative Cabinet Hardware

Choose from a wide variety of decorative cabinet knobs and drawer pulls that fit all décor styles with Liberty Hardware.

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Refresh Your Kitchen, Bath and Furniture

Complete your kitchen remodel or DIY an old dresser with ease using trend-forward designs from Liberty—perfect for a weekend project or whole home renovation.

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Affordably enhance any room in your home by using cabinet knobs and pulls by Liberty for a quick yet impactful update to your kitchen, bath or old furniture piece.

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Start and finish your next home project with trend-forward cabinet hardware designs and finishes by Liberty.

Cabinet Hardware Installation Template

AlignRight Installation Template

Liberty cabinet knobs and drawer pulls install easily with included hardware and use of an AlignRight template (sold separately).

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With a few new knobs and pulls and a little time, you can completely transform your space.

Cabinet Hardware Warranty

Durable and Long Lasting

Made from strong materials, all of Liberty's cabinet hardware is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

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Hardware Included

Every Liberty knob and pull includes the hardware needed to install.

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Easy Installation

Installs within minutes for a quick finishing touch.

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Cabinet Pull Sizing

Center to Center vs Pull Length

To determine what sized cabinet hardware you need, measure the distance between the center of one screw hole to the center of the next. This will give you the center to center measurement. Pull length is simply the distance from one end of a pull to the other and can be different from the center to center measurement. Pull length does not affect what size hardware you need but is rather based on style and design preference.

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Updating your cabinet hardware is a quick, easy and affordable way to make a dramatic difference in your home.

How to Install Cabinet Pulls

Helpful Tips and Tricks

When changing out cabinet hardware, go through your entire space and count how many knobs and pulls you need before shopping. Also take note of pull sizes needed.

Stop the slam with this soft close adapter that quietly and smoothly closes cabinet doors. It can be adjusted by the turn of a screw to the desired closing speed and is the perfect retrofit solution. This damper is easy to mount in the upper corner of your cabinet.
  • Includes installation instructions and screws
  • Works for face frame or frameless cabinets on all door overlays
  • Damper is manually adjustable to desired closing speed
  • Single screw installation
  • Easily upgrade your cabinets
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
1
Product Width (in.)
1

Details

Builders Hardware Product Type
Damper
Features
Decorative,Value Pack
Finish
Nickel
Hardware Finish Family
Nickel
Material
Other
Package Quantity
10
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

28Questions52Answers

I have these on my cabinets for some reason one set of doors will not close all the way now. I ga...

Asked by Dee November 1, 2020
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Answers

You can adjust the closure by twisting the knob at the back of the device. You may need to use a plier to twist the knon

Do these dampers require a hidden hinge to work or will it work with typical visible hinges as well?

Asked by Eric September 10, 2020
3
Answers

Don’t no

how long should these closers last ?I put some in 10yrs ago and they no longer work

Asked by Steve March 4, 2019
7
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10 percent of mine failed within two years. I'd say yours are done.

Family Handyman says that "cabinets need to have self-closing hinges for the dampeners to work." ...

Asked by Curious January 20, 2019
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Hi Curious! A self-closing hinge is not necessary for the dampers to work. If a door is hung properly or the traditional hinges adjusted properly the door will close easily once given a slight push, the weight of the door is sufficient to do this. The damper simply slows down the rate of close when the door is almost closed. It takes out the annoying snap of a cupboard door closing like magic. Self closing hinges if set up properly should close with a simple push and should not need an additional damper

I installed them on some bathroom doors and the doors are too light to push in the piston to clos...

Asked by Larry July 7, 2018
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The doors need to have a snap type of hinge, not just a regular hinge

How far from the top of the cabinet frame is the entrance point for the mounting screw? (some of ...

Asked by David May 5, 2018
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David, thank you for your question. This product requires 11/16" clearance from the top of the cabinet. Best, Customer Care Team

I bought 13 of these for my kitchen cabinet doors and the only one they didn't work on was the sm...

Asked by Steve January 20, 2018
5
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Did you adjust the piston? On several of the large door I had to install two.

Our cabinets are particle board inside, real wood doors only. Will the screw provided work, or wi...

Asked by nanarob24 May 17, 2017
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Yes the screw should work. Do not tighten it so tight that it strips out the particle board. When mounted, the lip of the soft close damper is actually on the outside of the cabinet face to support it from being pushed in.

Will these work with visible hinges? (aka hinges visible when the cabinet door is closed)

Asked by confused August 23, 2016
5
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Yes, as long as they are self-closing but NOT soft closing hinges

will these work with standard hinges or do you need a special hinge

Asked by jett August 3, 2016
5
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They need to be used with a self-closing hinge but not a soft-closing hinge.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 279 reviews
  • 82% recommend this product
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Easy to install. Only needed one per cabinet door. Had to adjust to reduce the force. Easy to do.
Easy to install. Only needed one per cabinet door. Had to adjust to reduce the force. Easy to do.
by BK
Easy to install. No more slamming cabinet doors.
Easy to install. No more slamming cabinet doors.
by HomeDepotCustomer
great product, easy to install, not expensive . I installed 30 of theses little gems 9 years a...
great product, easy to install, not expensive . I installed 30 of theses little gems 9 years ago and cannot be more p;leased. I just installed a few more on some cabinets that were not used much and found a helpful hint to share. I emptied all contents from package and weighted the lower half with a ratchet socket and now when I drill the lower half catches the sawdust and makes my job easlier and cleaner. My wife loves the quiet doors and no mess , this makes her happy . When she is happy I am happy. These should be installed on every new house.
by Moon
2 people found this helpful
Nice Product
Just installed a week ago and so far they are great. I would have given 5 stars but had a couple of concerns. When I looked at the product on-line I thought they were metal, but in fact they are plastic. That may not be an issue as they are not too likely to break where they are installed at the top hinge side of the cabinet doors. One other issue is that the adjustments had to be turned nearly to the limit to allow the doors to close quickly and quietly. Just another turn or so on the adjustment screws would have let the screw fall out. Our cabinets have hinges that are spring loaded to make the doors close but if yours do not I don't know how these can work. Self closing hinges are essential for these soft close adapters.
by KCWoodworker
2 people found this helpful
No more slamming
While going through the aisles in Home Depot, I ran into this damper and thought to give it a try. Material is all plastic and does not feel sturdy at all. Installation requires a drill and a 3/32 drill bit to make pilot hole. The hole is to be made at a 65 degree angle. The damper sits in the very corner of the cabinet where front vertical and horizontal panels connect. You in fact can screw it where ever you want but the corner will be the best place where it can get maximum beating. You absolutely do not need any special skills to install it, the process is fairly simple. So far, I don’t hear any cabinet slamming and it’s been working great. On most of my kitchen cabinets, I had to install 2 dampers on each door (one top and one at the bottom) since single damper was not really stopping the door if I closed it a little hard. But with 2 in place, it’s working just as I wanted. It’s a simple solution to avoid door slamming and giving your cabinets a high-end look. I cannot speak about longevity but for now I am liking it.
by HomeSenator
16 people found this helpful
Not What I Expected
These installed easy enough as it was only a single pilot hole and then the screw. it took about 10 minutes to install the set. First off, these dampeners will not close the door of your cabinet for you like others will. The spring is too stiff, even if you move the tension knob all the way out. I actually removed one of the knobs and it made no difference. as the tension knob only changes the length of the contact point and doesn't actually change the tension. For me, to close the cabinet door, I had to push the cabinet door to get it to fully close. Not that it was difficult to do so, it just go annoying after awhile. However, once closed, they will stay closed. I have medium to light weight cabinet doors. The only thing these do is prevent the cabinet door from banging shut, but you can accomplish the same thing with felt pads. So we ended up taking them out, which only took 5 minutes to remove 10.
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10 people found this helpful
Works Flawlessly
I was skeptical about these cabinet door soft close devices, but I have to admit they work great. They are easy to install with only one small screw; I put all ten in in less than 10 minutes. And they work instantly just like the high priced soft close cabinets everyone wants now. I didn't have to adjust any of them, but I played with the adjustment screw as a test and it works well, too. The instructions say to use two for heavy doors, but my doors are pretty heavy (42" uppers) and they are way strong enough for them. This is a really cool thing someone could put in and surprise a loved one with; you know, for extra credit. They seem to be built strongly, but I'll update this review in a month or so. They don't take up much space, but they are visible and obvious when the door is open. No problem for me. I highly recommend them.
by mehess
24 people found this helpful
Change OK cabinet doors to something fantastic!
These cabinet door soft close dampers do exactly what they should and are so easy to install. I installed the dampers on some inexpensive cabinetry in our laundry room. The doors banged when we shut them. I was just waiting for something to break. Now, no more stress and we didn't have to change our behavior. Our family still does the slamming action, but the doors close gently...and all the way! The damper casing is all metal so I expect that it will last for the life of the cabinets!
by SusanVT
14 people found this helpful
Say Goodbye To Loud Closing Cabinet Doors!
The Liberty Soft Close Dampers are small units measuring only 1-7/8" long by 11/16" wide by 1-13/16" high, two screw holes for either left or right door installation, chrome finish, brim goes around the entire front, adjustment screw in back. Installs in a matter of minutes by holding the damper in place, drilling a 1/4" pilot hole with a 3/32 drill, fasten with screw. Brims on the damper help keep the unit from moving when the door closes. Turn the adjustment screw to your desired closure, you're done. The before and after difference is remarkable, from a loud banging, to barely a whimper when the door closes. Highly recommend this product.
by goodreason
20 people found this helpful
great product
What a great product*****No more annoying slamming doors in the kitchen*****Very , very nice soft close.*****Easy installation...One screw in the upper corner and job done*****Took about 15 minutes to install all ten units*****A lot cheaper than replacing all the hinges with soft close type hinges*****Going back for more...*****
by Vegas
7 people found this helpful
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