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Posted: 01/14/22 08:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

And they even work! Yay!

Yeah, I'll need to install latches to hold them shut. I don't have them yet.



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Posted: 01/14/22 08:51pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That also means I need to update the spreadsheet. The 3 sets total cost including state tax amounted to .... $8.52. Since we had a prior total of $11,291.63, our new total amount to $11,300.15.

By the way, the door frames were cut from a single 2 x 3 x8' piece of lumber, which cost me less than $3.00. I also used 1/8" thick hardwood plywood, which was about $10 a sheet. All totaled, those 3 doors probably cost me less than $10, not including the hinges.

Yes, if you pick your lumber carefully, 2 x 3's and 2 x 4's can be used for things other than framing. Just sayin...

Also, the plywood and 2 x 3's were bought a while ago, and have already been added into the spreadsheet, so I didn't need to add them here.

Getting ready for more cold weather this weekend - single digits tomorrow night, and snow Sunday into Monday.

Yea, I know, Bruce. That's a heat wave for you guys up in northern NY. Lol.

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That came out good. You may still have to put slats, or rods etc at the front of the shelves. Otherwise the contents will end up on the floor when you open one of doors.


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Posted: 01/15/22 09:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

nohurry wrote:

That came out good. You may still have to put slats, or rods etc at the front of the shelves. Otherwise the contents will end up on the floor when you open one of doors.




Thank you. I agree that I need something to help keep things from falling out. I wanted to get the bigger lumps out of the mashed potatoes first. Lol.

Yeah, that means, let's take care of the big items first, and we'll take care of the easier items later.

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