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IF your sink cabinet bottom is water damaged and in need of a
replacement, this video gives step-by-step how to information for fixing
it. This video was created by a cabinet professional who specializes in
It is very informative for the person who likes to do it yourself" when
it comes to repairing things around the home.
Tools and materials needed:
New sink cabinet bottom
Three Support Struts
How to do the Repair:
Take the doors of the kitchen or bathroom cabinet off.
Remove the water damaged sink bottom by cutting it in half from front to
back. You may need to use the hammer at this point. Just be extremely
careful to not damage the plumbing.
Break off the staples with the diagonal cutters.
Clean the mold with the Clorox Bleach.
Install the struts designed to support the new sink cabinet bottom. Use
L-brackets if necessary for attaching the center piece.
Install the new sink cabinet bottom replacement board. Attach it with
Clean the inside of the kitchen or bathroom vanity cabinet.
Caulk all interior areas of the sink cabinet bottom.
Replace the doors.
Every sink cabinet is built differently. Make sure to examine how the
cupboard was built to determine the best method for replacing the bottom
of the cabinet. If you have a center style, you will need to cut it out
and reinstall it using L-brackets.
Go to the internet and look up local general contractors, check out thier website and see if they are involved with that scope of work. If that fails check with your local plumbing supply stores and cabinet shop for contractors
In California It is code to have a ground fault receptacle where ever water is, Bathrooms, kitchen, laundry ect. I have a older home that has 1ground fault for all receptacles located in the garage, so to update I have installed ground fault receptacles in all locations where water or dampness is present, even under the kitchen sink cabinets.
Learn the cost to install an fan by doing it yourself compared with the cost an electrician will charge. Installing a through-the-wall fan is an involved project that
requires carpentry and electrical skills, so it's best left to the pros
unless you have those skills.if you don't have , you should pay charge for service and the cost of fan .there is cheap and expensive fan .depends on yourself. bathroom light
You can't stop condensation or humidity in the house, especially in the bathrooms. A few choices: replace the hinges, or oil the hinges with WD-40. Install a vent fan (even though you have a window) and replace the pipes with PVC pipes. Metal drain pipes will always rust, because they drain water. Replace all under sink drain pipes with PVC
Buy a dowel pin the size of the hole in the cabnet then use carpenters glue to glue the dowel pin in place where the old hole was make sure it is a good tight fit. Next saw off the dowel pin and let set over night then drill a strating hole in the dowel pin and reinstall the door works like a chanp. Hope this helps.