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RE: Undermount sink support, plywood or metal clips/rods? (Follow-Up #12)

posted by: Juno_barks on 07.07.2014 at 11:25 am in Kitchens Forum

Which brace/bracket for apron front?

I've been looking at the sinksetter brackets and at the hercules sink harness. I am also using 2 cm stone (quartzite), and will install the stainless steel apron-front sink linked below. I am guess we need side-to-side support under the sink itself. I really want to avoid big clunky wood support so I will have room for my cleaning supplies. Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Vault SS apron front sink

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clipped on: 07.07.2014 at 01:00 pm    last updated on: 07.07.2014 at 01:00 pm

RE: Trash Pullout Under 10" Deep Sink (Follow-Up #20)

posted by: bbtrix on 06.27.2014 at 02:43 pm in Kitchens Forum

For anyone interested, here are the part numbers I used for my hack in a 36" sink base:

501.089.27 Deep fully-extending drawer+damper-12" depth $26
201.070.81 Deep fully-extending drawer-20 3/4" depth $26
601.086.77 Two pack drawer dampers $7.99
900.492.43 Partition for Drawers $12

Total cost of my project was $72 plus tax and shipping.

DH also used 4 angle brackets to attach the portion to the floor of the cabinet (in the back of this photo).
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clipped on: 06.27.2014 at 11:27 pm    last updated on: 06.27.2014 at 11:28 pm

RE: Trash Pullout Under 10" Deep Sink (Follow-Up #8)

posted by: bbtrix on 06.26.2014 at 08:49 pm in Kitchens Forum

I did the Ikea hack under my 36" base with a Kohler Stages 45 sink. I installed the partition rail that is used for drawers in the 30" and 36" drawer cabinets and two pull outs, an 18" deep and an 18" shallow. It worked great. I have one pullout to accommodate 2 large bins of my choice (haven't picked them yet) and the other to store my cleaning supplies. It's a good use of under sink space.

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RE: Quartzite countertop (Follow-Up #47)

posted by: michelle16 on 12.03.2012 at 08:27 am in Kitchens Forum

donttakeitforgranite-you are mistaken- the stone yards do call this type of white macubus- calacutta quartzite. The difference is in the veining. White macabus that runs with lines running across is called luce di luna. When the veining is random like Na Ro's it's called calacutta quartzite because it resembles the pattern of marble.It also is not a cross between marble and granite- it is strictly a quartzite. VERY hard, will NOT etch, or stain. Very durable. I have it and have no issues with it. Mine is the calacutta quartzite like Na Ro's and Muskokascp's.Hope this help's you -island- in your decision, thanks, Michelle

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