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cougar28

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Posted: 04/25/21 05:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Got rid of the Capital grill in the outside kitchen that was never used. Made a drawer and used the hardware off the grill to install.

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Posted: 04/25/21 06:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks like some great work and a useful addition. I am curious what the purpose of the top you put on the drawer. It gets its own top as soon as you close the drawer.

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Very well done! Curious as to what finish you used on the drawer. I like it.


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Wow! Well done.


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Not a fan of outside kitchens. Get a residential refrigerator with an ice maker. Store your cold beverages outside as you now have nearly unlimited ice.

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LouLawrence wrote:

Looks like some great work and a useful addition. I am curious what the purpose of the top you put on the drawer. It gets its own top as soon as you close the drawer.


Thank you.
Just as a little extra counter space. We us the area mostly for drinks. With my coffee maker and her countertop ice maker not a whole lot of room left. So the drawer cover with help as a pouring station when needed and underneath store my outside grilling utensils. Just got to remember don't spill the drinks or in the drawer it goes! LOL

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zigzagrv wrote:

Very well done! Curious as to what finish you used on the drawer. I like it.


Thanks you.
Rust-Oleum hammered black. Not a black as I thought it would be but pretty darn good match.

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Lwiddis wrote:

Wow! Well done.


Thank you.

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cougar28 wrote:

LouLawrence wrote:

Looks like some great work and a useful addition. I am curious what the purpose of the top you put on the drawer. It gets its own top as soon as you close the drawer.


Thank you.
Just as a little extra counter space. We us the area mostly for drinks. With my coffee maker and her countertop ice maker not a whole lot of room left. So the drawer cover with help as a pouring station when needed and underneath store my outside grilling utensils. Just got to remember don't spill the drinks or in the drawer it goes! LOL

I had not thought of that. Great idea, thanks.

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