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Old 04-01-2012, 05:58 PM   #1
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Medicine Cabinet

I am going to put a Medicine cabinet in the Sightseer and would like to know if Liquid Nail works? I bought a stud finder and am going to try to find a spot to screw the cabinet down but if that fails I have heard that Liquid Nail woud do the trick....Appreciate any response on this. Thanks.

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If you can't find studs, there are many good anchors to use. With any cabinet, I would use both, anchors and liquid nails.

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My thought is any adhesive in addition to screws won't hurt anything. Just make sure you really like the medicine cabinet and the location you put it in because the adhesive may make it hard to remove the cabinet if you change your mind. I wouldn't rely on adhesive only for mounting the cabinet.
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