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Old 07-31-2015, 08:26 PM   #11
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Re: Cabinet door laminating/resurfacing tutorial

nice work...never have tried a router for T molding groove.....
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Old 02-17-2019, 03:19 PM   #12
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Just WOW!

Guys, I am blown completely away!
This is exactly the info I needed, as my t-trim has shrunk ( presumably due to heat?) and I need to replace at least some ( if not all) of what is currently
on the cabinets.
Can someone tell me if SMB glues this stuff down?
If so, then Iíll need some advice on the best way to remove it ( heat gun?).
My interior is all white ( or possibly off-white), as itís very hard to tell after so many years ( 2005). But
Iíd dearly love to have wood!!! Iím not sure Iím capable of that level of work! Any idea what it would cost me to have it refaced?
Thanks again,
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Old 02-17-2019, 06:03 PM   #13
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My SMB T-moulding is just pressed into a groove and can be easily removed by hand. Reinstall with a rubber mallet and a light touch.
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Old 02-17-2019, 08:02 PM   #14
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Incredible work! It appears that you are redoing the entire rig? At least the interior....! You truly have guts in spades. Do you have enough of it completed, especially those gorgeous cabinets, to show us some pictures? PM if you donít want it out yet....but I love what youíre doing and would really love to see how it
looks when completed. And perhaps youíd be willing to share what else you have in mind.
By the way, what size rig do you have, and how big is the fridge shown in the photos? I think I have the smallest one they had out in 2005, and Iíd really love a small one that has a freezer!!! Ice cubes would be nice.
Whatís your plan for walls, floor, and ceiling? Especially the color? I keep seeing something like
turquoise or orange ( but Iím an artist so thatís how my mindís eye works). I really hope you are willing to share because this looks like itís really going to be beautiful!!!
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Old 02-17-2019, 08:07 PM   #15
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Gorgeous! So....whatís the best wat to piece the ends together so you donít end up with gaps, and the ends fit snugly together ( and stay that way)?
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I agree wholeheartily with that comment! Iíd really like to see at least one ( or more) tutorials on installing solar panels on various types of ď topsĒ. I have the med height dome ( cruiser?) top on mine with the fan in the middle. Have several versions of self-stick panels, but have run into a few problems with installing them! Desperately in need of advice (HELP!) on this project, but needs to be done soon,
if I can possibly manage it.
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