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Old 06-12-2006, 08:43 PM   #1
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OK Sean, ...... I did another modification :R

There is a big closet above the refrigerator which I've put a shelf into. Now we have double the storage.
Some time ago, I also did the same to the cabinet below the sink.


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OK Sean, ...... I did another modification :R

There is a big closet above the refrigerator which I've put a shelf into. Now we have double the storage.
Some time ago, I also did the same to the cabinet below the sink.


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Old 06-13-2006, 05:10 AM   #3
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Looks good 56. These are two I definitely need to do when I get home. I hope your keeping a good list? I have allot of catching up to do! Hope you all are having a great summer.

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56, I wanted to do that a couple months ago, but I couldn't figger out how to get the long shelf in the tiny opening, so I gave up. I know, it too hard, so I'll just quit. Actually, I think I had another project going, so I deceided to finish this one later. Now that I see it can be done, you have re-sparked my interest.

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by melon:
56, I wanted to do that a couple months ago, but I couldn't figger out how to get the long shelf in the tiny opening, so I gave up. I know, it too hard, so I'll just quit. Actually, I think I had another project going, so I deceided to finish this one later. Now that I see it can be done, you have re-sparked my interest.

Rod </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Rod,

That was the hurdle until I figgered out a solution.

I ended up using a 1/8" thick luan mahogany plywood (bottom side white vinyl laminated)
which I was able to bend it just enough to place it into the smaller door opening.

By supporting the plywood on all ends, it is
quite sturdy as a shelf

I installed the rear and side supports first, then put the plywood in. Then I lastly placed the
front support
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