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#1 posted 08-12-2012 02:01 AM

That’s the way i was taught. IF you stand with your back to where the hinges are ( or will be) and you want the door to swing to your right, you need a RH door. Doesn’t matter about in-swing/out-swing just stand where you want the hinges to be on a new door opening. If you then want it to swing outward ( or inward) note which direction that is from where you stand IN the opening.

If you wanted an out swinging door, with the hinges on the right as you are looking out the opening, hmmm, that would be a RH door. simple as that. Try it out sometime…..

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