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Everyone has already noted in the comments how and why MDF is not a good material to use around water or moisture and that you'll likely have future issues so that is not addressed in this answer. This answer is for the case that you still wish to go forward with your work, perhaps as a temporary fix. Can I just use any undercoat and paint it with any ...


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To just install the face frame part of the cabinet, you could use some inside corner supports along with some glue. The supports would be mounted to the inside and use screw short enough so they don't break through the outside finished surface. If you're installing a toe kick, you can screw the lower face frame to it from the inside.


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This is slightly hard to answer without knowing what tools you have at your disposal. Perfect world, you'd have access to a complete shop (tablesaw, chopsaw, pneumatics, pocket hole jig). My description will talk about tools I'd use. Imperfect world, you can usually fake it with hand tools. You probably want a well-supported shelf at the bottom. I'd cut it ...


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I did this for my pantry, which also houses my home entertainment devices. Temps would like to 100's; with this fix, they only get to mid-80's. Hot air rises to the ceiling; you need to get that hot air out. I did this by using two small computer fans to pull air out of the pantry. I cut a hole in the drywall, then made a simple wooden box to fit in the ...


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I put two home made DIY olla clay pots with water in my pantry and it cooled the air in the room considerably. I was very surprised. If your olla pot is sealed good, it is sufficient to put the pot in a bowl to catch up the bit of water that seeps through the unbaked clay very slowly each day.


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I'm not sure how you're going to be able to do that with this hinge. There are a few tactical issues. First, the hinge requires a mortise which would typically be on the inside of the door. So now you'll have to figure out how to cut the mortise on the inside of the cabinet frame. Second, The hinge is a 110 degree hinge but it's meant to swing in the ...


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What you're looking for are called 'Quick-Connect Fittings' and come in many different types and configurations. Here is an example.


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