Posted: March 21st, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, Good, Metal, music | 1 Comment »
I ant to buy a cabinet, i am thinking of buying a mesa boogie 2×12 rectifier. I am looking for one under $500. (It would be nice if it was small) I play lamb of god, trivium, job for a cowboy, children of bodom, mostly metalcore. And can i use my pod x3 as a head for a cab?
esp ltd ec-1000
Posted: March 20th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: anyway, Cabinet, dustless, Glass, Racks, There | 1 Comment »
i have a transparents glass cabinet in my room, i just wonder is there any idea to make stuff that i put inside dustless, including the rack as well..dustiness really really frustrates me..i have to clean up every week..i have lights inside, is it have to put a glass of water under the light or is there anohter way? please advise..really appreciate..
Posted: March 20th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: bumped, Cabinet, Head, yesterday | 3 Comments »
Yesterday I was picking up something, quickly stood up and bumped the left side back of my head under the cabinet (kitchen). I didn’t black out, vomit or anything. Just have a goose egg knot and man it smarts.
I think the swelling bit has gone down but when I lay on my left side, it is felt there.
So my question how long does a bump last ?
Posted: March 19th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, doors, Finish | 1 Comment »
I have these utilitarian steel kitchen cabinets but the doors are MDF covered with formica. The formica is delaminating and attempts to reglue it look worse. Then there was a stove fire and some of the formica got blackened. The material under the formica is okay. How can I finish or replace these doors inexpensively but not tacky?
Posted: March 18th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: 2000+, Cabinet, DVDs, highquality | 1 Comment »
I have 2000+dvds. I need a high quality storage cabinet for them. Problems with cheap ones include bending of shelves under weight. I’d prefer metal to minimize this and provide overall stability. Custom-made is ok.
Please no suggestions, only direct answers.
Posted: March 17th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, hole, subwoofer/woofer | 1 Comment »
I want to build a pair of speakers with a woofer or subwoofer sitting UNDER my desk and two small bookshelf speakers sitting ON my desk with a mid-range and tweeter in each of them. Will this work? And also, why do you make a hole in the cabinet of the subwoofer/woofer? Should I do this? If so, how?
Posted: March 16th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, Filing, Open, steelmaster | 3 Comments »
I’m trying to get into the top drawer in the cabinet but it’s locked somehow, the drawer under it is unlocked is there anyway to open/unlock the drawer above it from the inside?
forgot to say I lost the key
Posted: March 15th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: boyfriend, Cabinet, cheap, Day., essentials, Home, Purchasing, Valentine's | 2 Comments »
I want to purchase the liquor first and if I have enough money left over, I want to purchase some type of cabinet to store the bottles and potentially glasses. Can anyone recommend something cheap (under 30, including shipping, if ordering from online) that is small enough to fit in an apartment? We don’t necessarily need one that has counter space, but a little would be nice.
Posted: March 14th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, Face, First, flooring, Kitchen, Last..., nail, planks, toekicks, Under | No Comments »
I will be blind nailing 1/2″ thick prefinished engineered Teak flooring with a hand scraped or “distressed” finish. But I’ve read that I will need to face nail my first and last rows of planks with finish nails. How do I do this with the overhang of the toe kicks on my kitchen cabinets? Am I just nailing at an angle, counter sinking them, and then filling with putty or is there a trick to this I am missing? The planks will be running the length of the kitchen, same as the counters. And I have counters on both sides of the room. I don’t have the flooring yet but it’ll be ordered this weekend and I just want to have ideas ahead of time. Also, I am thinking of buying an 18ga brad nailer (handles up to 2″ brads) for trim work. Can this be used for face nailing the flooring planks or do I need 16 or larger gauge? Any other tips are appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Posted: March 12th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinet, coming, From, Kitchen, odor, sinkwood, Under | 4 Comments »
My best way of describing the smell is like
toilet bowl freshener 10x more concentrated
what could this be?