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allenpg

10:14AM | 10/29/05
Member Since: 07/12/05
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The shelves in my existing 24" (deep) kitchen cabinets are only 10" wide. I would like to put in wider shelves. There are already existing holes for adjustable shelves, so I need to do is make them (or buy them).

My question is where could I buy shelves or any tips on making them.

The cabinets are white laminate.

Thanks!

-Pete


flooringworldDOTorg

01:29AM | 10/30/05
Member Since: 10/28/05
312 lifetime posts
if you know the manufacturer of the shelving, you can contact them and they most likely have shelving choices you can purchase.

if you wish to make them, jsut get wood in simplar dimension to your existing shelves, but wider for your needs.

sand edges to prevent scratching.

its pretty easy .. just cut them same thickness, length, and the width you desire.

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cabmakersk

04:35PM | 01/03/06
Member Since: 01/02/06
25 lifetime posts
You can buy a pice of melemine and cut to size and uses a iron to aply glued edge tape file and light sand edges as per manuf directions All thing should be sold a local home center

Good luck
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