it depends a great deal on what the existing finish is. Some cabinets have conversion or two-part finishes and nothing sticks to them very well. ...
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Sometimes the springs are moving in position and a little grease or teflon lube will work. Other times it's broken parts that you'll need to repla...
You can get a little bit with nail on glides. There are adjustable (screw in) glides, but for these you need a threaded insert and I think the tor...
In case you are wondering, hydrogen peroxide, H202 releases an oxygen atom and becomes H20 (water) that then evaporates. The oxygen reacts with th...
A blacklight is often used to find urine stains. This is fine, but you can clean a urine stain and it may still fluoresce under a black light. Th...
These were made under very high pressure presses. Sometimes when I get particle board that receives an impact, I can pull it back into position wi...
1. The usual rule of thumb used to be that half the cost of cabinets was in the show side and the other half in the carcase and hardware. 2. I...
If this is anything like the standard connection, http://images.rockler.com/rockler/images/38606-01-200.jpg , Get a few slivers of wood or veneer,...
For the acute angles of a triangle, included angle = arctan(side opposite / side adjacent) From there, you should be able to set your miter c...
I do repairs like this regularly. The process is something called "burn-in." A heated knife melts a solid resin (similar to a finish without the ...
...makes a stain called, oddly-enough, Espresso. I've used it a couple of times with good results. If that isn't exactly your idea of espresso, t...