Masonite exterior doors – The closet doors can be either solid, such as other doors in the house, as flexible. The latter may be solid or have slats. The doors of this type, also called shutters allow air circulation around the room, avoiding mold and unpleasant smell, which can be a great option for a closet.
If you want to install new blinds, it is best to paint them before to avoid mess. Read more instructions to painting masonite exterior doors: 1) Remove the shutter of the door hinge, if it is already in place. For this, you need only a simple screwdriver. 2) Loosen the two door parts removing the middle hinge. This will prevent the hinges are painted and is better than cover them with masking tape. 3) Wash the door with soap and water to remove dust and dry them with a piece of cloth. 4) Place a plastic tarp in the yard, because it will protect the glass from paint splashes. The outdoor painting avoids contact with gases indoors. 5) Place the door on the plastic. 6) Sand all areas with thicker sanding, filling the holes with mass and allowing it to dry for a few hours. Once dry, sand the area with the mass to smooth the surface. 7) clean the Masonite exterior doors with a piece of cloth dampened after to screw them to remove dust. Let dry for about 15 minutes.