So I had ETI send me an under bed door - that i'll install right outside of the bathroom on our 2017 21'
they sent it with all hardware installed (hinges) - yay!
Unfortunately they didn't include a short hunk of trim for the bottom lip of the hole, that will be visible as i put shoes in and out of the new hole.
That would have been nice.
Anyway - having inspected the stock door, i see they used some blocking to re-inforce along the sides of the hole.
i'm semi-handy.... own a jig saw but i'm afraid i'll be a klutz and make a wobbly hole.
any tips as to how best cut a straight line ? with the side of bed panel in place.
and should i very carefully cut the hole, and get that right first, then add the blocking?
(I am aware that i should start slightly small with the hole, and slowly get bigger to tidy the edges....)
Unsure how to secure the blocking.... they used a staple system i dont have - maybe some little metal bits, with proper length wood screws, and some wood glue too?
and...Not a huge big deal, but where would i get a suitable hunk of that wood grain "cap" trim to add to the most visible part of the new hole?