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"Months" = "so the". Stupid auto correct!
Thanks for the feedback Bill. The existing underside is already lined with a "plaster board" layer. From a fire risk assessment point of view there is no power in the cupboard and mainly shoes stored in the drawers months chance of a fire starting there is very low. There is also a smoke detector mounted very close to this area so the alarm would raise long before the stairs were at risk of m igniting from a fire. But that's a really good point. Most people don't give any consideration to fire risks or means of escape when carrying out home improvements!
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Nice work!! :-)
Thank you. Glad you enjoyed
Good luck! Post your finished project so I can see it when you're done!
Thank you. I'm glad you liked it. I was worried the trim would push the drawers out, as I also had to allow a small gap for the drawers to push in to open the latch to release them. But the existing trim was quite thick and i used a slightly thinner mdf front panel to give me some wiggle room for them to sit perfectly. Putting the latch on the double sided tape really helped to get the position just perfect (it took a few adjustments) before fixing into place with screws.
Thank you Sally. Lovely feedback like yours makes it all the worth while putting in the effort to produce the content.
Thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it :-)
Thank you! It was only posted today so hopefully more will see it!
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