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Cabinet Handle Bar Pulls In Many Sizes
August 12th, 2016

Many new cabinet handle bar pulls added to our new web site.  All sizes on the market today and many finishes to pick from.  Drop around to http://aaronshardware.com/bar-pulls/  .. READ MORE.


Using European Hinges
August 14th, 2012

European hinges can be easy to install and easy to choose the correct hinges / plates when you understand a few key points. We have written an article on Measuring Cabinet Doors for European Hinges that describ.. READ MORE.


Cabinet Door Hinges, Cabinet Door Hidden Hinges and Cabinet Door Concealed Hinges.
February 2nd, 2012

Cabinet Door Hinges, Cabinet Door Hidden Hinges and Cabinet Door Concealed  Hinges.  Many options, sizes and brand names of cabinet door hinges to choose from. .. READ MORE.




Just wanted to drop you guys a line and tell you the write up about the veneer on your site is surely as stated. I'm no expert but have used many kinds of veneers and the preglued red oak I just used.....MORE

A Scott
Omaha, NE




Alfit Slides

Making Kitchen Drawers Using Metal Box Instead Of Wood Demo

We sell these here. Drawer front mounting brackets.

Attach this "clip on" bracket to your drawer front with screws, not included.

Your prepared cabinet drawer front can now be "clipped" to your drawer box as shown.

The 2 screws shown above on the left are used for adjusting the front to keep it straight with the kitchen cabinets.

 

If you ever need to remove the drawer front from the metal sides / slides, turn this screw in the direction shown on the bracket.

 


Cut the drawer box bottom and back 31mm (1 1/4") less then the cabinet drawer opening. This system is very fast and can be done by amateur woodworkers and most home owners. If you cut the bottom too big, of course your drawer box will be tight in the cabinet, if this were a wood dovetailed or plain old wooden drawer box you will be in trouble. With this system, just take it apart and re-cut the bottom/back to fit. Re-screw it back together in same holes and try again. ( screws not included ).... This is quite handy in a re-face job where everything in the kitchen is not square. The drawer sides are one half of the slide and another piece fastens to the cabinets so no need for extra slides.

Your finished job should look like this.

 




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