Medicine Cabinet Shelves can hide an electrical outlet. Adding an electrical outlet to a medical cabinet resembles installing a new outlet on an existing wall. You can install an electrical outlet in a medical cabinet after deciding whether the outlet should be placed. Many bathrooms in a home have a vanity and a mirror that is connected to a medical cabinet. Secure the electrical outlet to a wall rule, if possible. Wall anchors can hold the electrical box securely in place as you tighten the screws. Turn off the power to the bathroom. Locate the breaker box and turn off the main power switch to break the power.
Draw out the contours of the electrical box in the Medicine Cabinet Shelves. Place electrical fields in the medical cabinet where you want it placed. Hold the box in place with one hand, and trace it around with a pen with the other hand. Remove the medicine cabinet from the wall. Replace the drill to remove the screws. Put the puzzle into the hole and cut along the contour to create the hole. Hold the medicine cabinet against the bathroom wall. Use a pen to track around the hole to draw a sketch on the wall. Cut a hole in the plaster using a drywall saw.
Follow the contours with the saw and then remove the piece of plaster to expose the hole. Drive the electrical wire from the circuit box to the location of the outlet. Use a fish wire to drive electric wire through the floor to the hole in the wall. Insert electrical wire through the electrical box and place it in the wall. Secure it with screws using a drill. Connect the cables to the electrical outlet. Use a screwdriver to connect the black and white wires to the outlet. The black cable is the hot wire and the white cable is the ground. Turn on the power to the bathroom. Turn on the burns again and test the jack to ensure it is working properly. Place a lid over the outlet inside the Medicine Cabinet Shelves to cover the edges of the hole to complete the project.