Installing a Power within a Rustic Medicine Cabinet
Rustic medicine cabinet – Many bathrooms in a home with a dressing table and a mirror attached to a medicine cabinet. Some medicine cabinets can hide an electrical outlet. Adding an electrical outlet to a medicine cabinet is similar to installing a new outlet in an existing wall. You can install an outlet in a medicine cabinet after deciding where to locate the exit.
Turn off the power to the bathroom. Locate the fuse box and turn off the switch to cut the power. Draw the outline of the electrical box in the rustic medicine cabinet. Place the electrical box in the rustic medicine cabinet where you want it. Keep the box in place with one hand, and trace around it with a pencil in the other hand. Remove the cabinet from the wall. Use an electric drill to remove the screws holding the medicine cabinet to the wall. Place the kit in a couple of saw horses, right side up, so you can see the silhouette pencil. Make a hole in a corner of the pen puzzle silhouette for using an electric drill.
Insert the puzzle into the hole and cut along the outline to create the hole. Hold the rustic medicine cabinet against the bathroom wall. Use a pencil to trace around the hole to draw an outline on the wall. Cut a hole in the drywall with a drywall saw. Run electrical cable from the circuit board for the location of the outlet. Insert the power cord through the electrical box and put it on the wall. Secure with screws using the power drill. Connect the cables to the electrical outlet. Connect the power supply to the toilet. Place a cover over the outlet in the kit to cover the edges of the hole to complete the project.