Posted: May 7th, 2011 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: dried, hardwood, paint, pooled | 6 Comments »
In my new house, some dillweed spilled paint on the hardwood under a built-in cabinet. I’d like to clean it up but don’t know the best way besides chipping it up.
Anyone know a solvent that will make the paint easier to remove but not destroy the floor?
Posted: April 26th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Dishwasher, Floors, hardwood, installed, oven, Refrigerator, Should, Under | 8 Comments »
Ive ripped up the fake tile, and have had brand new cabinets with granite counter tops installed. I am seriously interested in oak flooring and have already put down the deposit. Do i have the hardwood flooring – engineered- placed under the dishwasher – not yet purchased or even picked out – the fridge, and the stove or do I stop the wood flush against the edges of the appliances? Does having wood under the kitchen appliances create a hazzard? My floor is currently bare cement now. Thanks for all information. I would appreciate people who either have personally installed the wood or those who have benefitted from the installation.
Posted: March 30th, 2010 | Author: admin | Filed under: Under Cabinet Tips | Tags: Cabinets, flooring, hardwood, Kitchen, thru, Under | 2 Comments »
My kitchen island was installed on top of hardwood floor that was already in kitchen. Now I need to remove hardwood so I can install slate. What is the best way to saw along the base of the island cabinets ? The cut must be tight to the base of the cabinet so that rules out a circular saw. Also I have to deal with the added complication that there is an overhanging kick space at the bottom of cabinet so only about 5″ of head room.