The mounting plates pictured are 8 of the 17 plates made by Grass.
In this picture, you will be able to see the different styles of plates and what they look like so you can ensure you are purchasing the correct ones. You will be able to compare the cabinet hinge size and the mounting plate identification number to the picture. If you are still unsure of what you need, you can receive help from HingeMeister by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each cabinet hinge size and style vary by identification number. Some come with three screw holes and some come with just two. Please ensure you are confirming that the hardware you buy is the correct hardware, so we can get your cabinets working again as soon as possible.
You can shop all these products on our website and get a working hinge or mounting plate to match your current broken or damaged one.
All old hinges will go through our refurbishing cycle detailed below.
We separate the usable from the unusable hinges. The springs and pressure pins are salvaged from the unusable hinges. The usable are cleaned in a solvent with rust inhibitors and inspected for operation. Springs and pressure pins are replaced as needed. A high-quality grease is applied to pivot pin, pressure pin and spring ends. The hinges are tested again for operation before final approval. Only 1/3 of the hinges make it through testing and are listed on HingeMeister.
Most hinges and mounting plates have the mounting plate identification number visible along the edge, some do not. If your plate's not shown and you can't find a part number, send a photo to email@example.com so we can quickly find your plate number and get you the products you need to fix your cabinets!