I will be starting on a kitchen remodel this week. Silestone has informed me that there will be a three week delay between the cabinet installation and countertop installation.
In the meantime, I would like a temporary surface on at least part of the kitchen. My cooking tends more towards "nuke it or boil it", but I will also need a work area while I strip the wallpaper and prepare the drywall for paint and tile.
I'm thinking I could tack down some plywood for the work surface, and maybe could even hook up the sink (and maybe the cooktop?). Any suggestions or reference material for this sort of work? How can I tack down a surface without noticable damaging the cabinets?
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