Monthly Archives: March 2016
After thinking about it a long time and researching every legitimate source I decided to make my own stainless steel sink. Parts used were one 8 quart bowl from Wal-Mart, self edhesive craft foam, drain assembly and tools. Watch out … Continue reading
The ladder is now built. I had to use it a few times before I posted my success story… It will not be in a fixed location due to space limitations. I plan on storing it along the ceiling under … Continue reading
After cleaning and using up as many odd parts and boards as I could here is what I have available under the sink. Dustpan and hand broom hung: I also installed a latch on the large storage cabinet underror the … Continue reading
The little space in the bay above the window seemed wasted on the kitchen side. So, on the other side is made a small cabinet to hold light objects.
As noted before I have exhausted my shingles and am making due with what scraps I have. The bay window has a starter course of steel flashing followed by the top halves of synthetic shingles. Looking from the ground, I … Continue reading
I have hung my old toaster oneness on the wall below the cabinet. The brackets I have used are rated for hundreds of pounds per pair so I believe they should take the abuse of highway travel. I have also … Continue reading