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  1. Hi all, been awhile since I posted - hope all is well with everyone. I have a question about a cabinet I built back in 2013 - here it is At the time the doors closed fine - but now they look like this - and no matter what I do with the hinges, I cannot get them to close properly. The entire cabinet is made of Baltic Birch, and sealed with several layers of poly. They dont seem to be warped (which I did not think baltic birch would do anyway). My novice opinion is that one of my levelers failed and the entire cabinet is wrenched, skewed, twiste
  2. I'm a newbie to this task. I have red oak kitchen cabinets that I want to sand and restain. My problem is the length of time it takes to sand down ONE door. and I have about 35 doors to refinish. They are what I believe are called "raised panel" doors, but there are about 6 different edges - 4 are about 1/8 inch. In addition, the surface of one inset has a curved profile. I bought a rotary sander that works great on the flat areas. BUT, I am shopping around for "detail sanding" tools and not having luck finding the right tool. Yes, I found a sanding sponge with an edge - still a lo
  3. From the album: Wet Bar Replacement

    Stained the doors up, sprayed them with gloss lacquer, and hung with Blum soft close hinges. Stained and polyed the rest of the unit.
  4. From the album: Wet Bar Replacement

    I can't make doors. I don't want to make doors. So I ordered these from Cabinetnow.com in CA. Solid maple and very very good quality, imo. 2nd time I've ordered from them. They were here long before I was ready for them. Great packaging. But they are big and plain.
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