Questions about: cabinets - страница 2

For anyone who may be struggling with this issue, there I a simple solution. My cabinets are partial inset, using plain 3/8's inset hinges that were close to my originals in order to cover black markings left on my stiles. I added toothpicks and glue
This weekend I'll be building a couple of base cabinets to replace some of the existing ones, which I assume are original to the house (circa 1960s). I consider myself handy but have never built cabinets before. I've done a lot of research, purchased
Straightly has entirely to do with your fence/guide, and there are many ways to do that. You can fence the baseplate, use collars and fence those, or use bearing bits and fence those - it's just a matter of offset from the cut line. Cleanly is tricki
Knife hinges are tricky enough to install on a flat door, but adding a curved door into the mix is enough to make any intermediate woodworker scratch their heads. In this excerpt from Fine Woodworking senior editor Matt Kenney’s Video Workshop series
Always an interesting choice. Most new construction puts cabinets on the subfloor. One of the reasons for doing this is to avoid damaging the new floors during construction
I'm getting ready to float a bamboo floor in my kitchen. I know I need to lay the flooring underneath the appliances, and I'll need to leave an expansion gap next to the cabinets and walls. The trouble is that there's not really much room between the
So I have a little design dilemma that I am hoping you can help me with today! I need to make a decision on what to do about cabinet doors/open shelving in my kitchen. (Before I move forward with painting the cabinets, replacing the hardware and hope
Lay down a dropcloth beneath the vertical item to protect the flooring. Wash the item's surface well with hot soapy water from a bucket and a cloth to remove any surface dirt, oil or dust. If you do not, the polyurethane will seal in the dirt, thus a
My pantry doesn't have air conditioning, and recently I noticed (using a cheap wall-mounted liquid thermostat) that the pantry itself got up to 85°f degrees (it was >100°f outdoors). I don't know what temperature it got within the cabinets, but it
You'll want all of the adhesive off before you paint. If you want a non-chemical alternative, you can scrape off the majority a lot easier if you heat it up with a heat gun or a hair dryer. This is basically what your sander is doing through friction