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For those who have made your own kitchen cabinets, did you do any finishing to the inside. Uppers would surely want some type of finish as you stare straight into them when opened. My lower cabinets, except for under the sink will all be drawers - I cannot really see the need for finishing the interiors of these. So, what type of finish is best for the interiors and drawers? FWIW, SWMBO wants the cabinets painted... so they will be painted.
My son bought a house and the wood accents (stair rail, upper rail, riser rail in kitchen ) are finished in Cabots Mahogany Flame on mahogany wood. Looks great but My question is that I can only find one that says it is outdoor. Is there another or does it matter?
In my shop (up in the shops forum) I'll have an interior wall separating the shop from the storage room. I want a door between them (duh!) but I would like to have a 6' wide double french door (both swing); preferably with no threshold so i can easily roll tools boxes and tools between the 2 rooms. Even so, it will have to seal somewhat, since the storage portion will not be heated, and the shop will. Right now I'm thinking I could buy an exterior french door (patio door, I can get them for about $400 at Menards) and modify the frame to eliminate the threshold and sit the doors within maybe 1/2" of the floor. I could then use draft stoppers to seal the bottom when needed. I'd really like to avoid having the threshold there. Any other ideas?