You need to know I'm not exactly the world's best handyman. In fact, my wife probably wishes there was a law requiring hammers, pilers, etc. to be stored in secure firearms-like containers and she has the key/code. My one triumph I achieved without viewing a video or reviewing blueprints on the internet. I'm very proud to let you know that the coat hanger on the back door of my bathroom is precisely perpendicular -- and I did it all by myself. Now for the apron. This is Very Important! The length of the belt is adjustable -- but DO NOT attempt to unscrew the metal grommet. Simply put, after you've widened the right hole, pull the grommet out [it may require pliers] and insert it at the appropriate length. CUSTOMER SERVICE!!! Without getting into details, BBQ Butler immediately offered to replace the grommet that had endured my klutzy attacks. Boy, did they ever do more. Today, just four days later, I received the replacement grommet BUT It Was On a Brand New Apron.