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 Hinged door wardrobe vs sliding door wardrobe, Which one is better?

Hinged door wardrobe vs sliding door wardrobe
 
Hinged door wardrobe [ 9 ] ** [45.00%]
Sliding door wardrobe [ 11 ] ** [55.00%]
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TSBlofeld
post Apr 21 2024, 11:31 AM, updated a long time ago

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post Apr 21 2024, 11:37 AM

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Sliding need to clean the track frequently
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:38 AM

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Sliding rollers wear off over time.
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:41 AM

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Hinge door needs to replace the hinge after some time

Sliding door can only access to 50% of the wardrobe.
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:45 AM

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Go for hinged. Sliding door impractical. Either end up not Sliding it back ( unless automatic slide back).. want to open also mafan
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:48 AM

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Sliding.
Some space can be utilized infront of the cupboard.
As for the rollers as some mentioned get those quality bearing rollers and they will last.

But either one is fine, its just a matter of preference.

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post Apr 21 2024, 11:48 AM

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I prefer hinged. Tracked ones can make a "grooonggoonggoong" sound when opening/closing which may disturb the slumber of a fubu.
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:52 AM

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Hinge door can open and piang the people for self defense.
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:52 AM

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sliding door because working space saving
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:58 AM

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sliding needs less clearing space in front of the wardrobe. but the door itself eats into the space of the wardrobe
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post Apr 21 2024, 11:58 AM

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Hinged because can selectively open needed compartments. Open whole thing just get dust everywhere.
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post Apr 21 2024, 12:00 PM

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If space is not an issue, go for hinged door. Ayam used both before. Find sliding door rattles if it’s too big plus the closure have gaps after some time
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post Apr 21 2024, 12:17 PM

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why not both, slide and fold, with door storage compartment
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post Apr 21 2024, 12:21 PM

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I got 2 wardrobe from ikea..
1 hinged
1 sliding
Sliding at area that restricted space…
While hinged at area more space…
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post Apr 21 2024, 12:36 PM

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I took out all the doors from my hinged wardrobe and installed curtain tracks to reuse back some old curtains. No problem since. Only need to wash the curtains yearly together with the house curtains.

Why? Damn hinges kept coming loose and eventually, the support will break.
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post Apr 21 2024, 12:55 PM

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1. From longevity aspect... if wardrobe properly level and straight.. both sama je.
2. From space aspect... choose sliding if space in-front of wardrobe sempit.

 

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