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Posted By Marq1

Painting cabinets can go well or horribly wrong...

Painting cabinets can go well or horribly wrong depending on what your starting with.

A lot of cheaper cabinets have film over particle board, that stuff simply wont take paint and maybe that is...
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Posted By Marq1

Hope your not in a snow area, good heavy wet snow...

Hope your not in a snow area, good heavy wet snow and that entire contraption looks like it would cave in!
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Posted By Pilot Dane

As PJmax mentioned, the proper number of...

As PJmax mentioned, the proper number of fasteners is very important especially with a product like your clear plastic that is not very strong (compared to steel panels). They need fasteners pretty...
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Posted By PJmax

I'm not the pro in this forum but even I can see...

I'm not the pro in this forum but even I can see that the work was poorly done. If you get any kind of wind those panels are sure to rip off..... especially with no fastening at each side.
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Posted By XSleeper

Well, wood and concrete don't exactly get along....

Well, wood and concrete don't exactly get along. They expand differently. A concrete pad that is just poured on top of the ground also heaves (rises and falls) due to frost, while a load bearing post...
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Posted By XSleeper

Any type of plywood should work unless you are...

Any type of plywood should work unless you are concerned about the appearance from underneath. It doesnt have to be treated unless you are in a very wet humid area and you are worried about mildew...
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Posted By XSleeper

You have a drop in sink. The only way to get it...

You have a drop in sink. The only way to get it out is to remove tile. No pictures show the top of the sink from far enough away for us to see what they did entirely. But they must have put cement...
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Posted By PJmax

Threads combined. Way too confusing to have two...

Threads combined. Way too confusing to have two threads running on the same issue.
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