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Old 08-19-2016, 01:35 PM   #15
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Well done Jason sos.


I wanted to hide everything.. I have a large rear window... could not run wires from overhead red lights to corner.. or down and out.. without removing bedroom cabinets.
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Well done Jason sos.


I wanted to hide everything.. I have a large rear window... could not run wires from overhead red lights to corner.. or down and out.. without removing bedroom cabinets.

If it was me I'd be removing cabinets. I hate seeing the wires!
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If it was me I'd be removing cabinets. I hate seeing the wires!
but I am real good at damaging/breaking/destroying Wood... I do not do wood a good thing. now if it was steel/iron OK..

you do not want to see the installation of cabinets in the kitchen of our home. I installed them. and they will not fall off but marks/dents/etc.

Wood it way to soft for my big heavy hands.
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