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Wood cabinet fillers and why use them?

Posted by on Jul 8, 2020 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off on Wood cabinet fillers and why use them?

Wood cabinet fillers and why use them? This video discusses the importance of wood cabinet fillers. What are they, why use them, and why they are important. Fillers are not only used in stock kitchen cabinet designs, but are also needed for custom cabinets, too! This video shows 2 examples of how corner fillers are used in a blind corner cabinet against a sink base cabinet, and a blind corner cabinet against a dishwasher, and why operational clearances are so important! By using wood fillers, we can help make sure doors open correctly without getting stuck. For our other video on “Quick look at how filler and filler overlays are installed”: https://youtu.be/KUJLl1DWKLE For our other video on the “Magic Corner hardware”: https://youtu.be/EGbAiyRFntA Photoshoot of this kitchen can be seen on Flickr and on Houzz.Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mtkc/albums/72157712549907931Houzz: https://www.houzz.com/hznb/projects/proj-41-tuxedo-kitchen-before-and-after-pj-vj~6012444 People love us on Yelp! Read our reviews here. https://www.yelp.com/biz/mt-kitchen-cabinets-san-mateo-2 Find out more about what we do at www.mtkc.net. We service the San Francisco Bay...

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Stone countertop preparation for frameless cabinets

Posted by on Jan 16, 2020 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off on Stone countertop preparation for frameless cabinets

In this video, I shared a couple of pro tips on stone countertop preparation, and how to make sure you have a consistent reveal around the countertop edges in different situations.

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Sollera Cabinet review – shelving options.

Posted by on Jun 3, 2019 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off on Sollera Cabinet review – shelving options.

In this video, we do a deep dive into the different shelving options available from Sollera Cabinets, and also how the material thickness is affected when paired with other cabinet modifications such as finished interiors. me reviewing the details of shelving, because shelves are the most exciting thing since slice bread! Okay maybe not, but hey, they’re...

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2018 Happy Holidays!

Posted by on Dec 12, 2018 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off on 2018 Happy Holidays!

It’s that time of the year again!  Happy holidays from MTKC!  Wishing everyone a safe and fun-filled holiday! Check out my holiday greetings video where I also shared my latest experience chatting with supposedly a hybrid personal assistant that’s part machine, part human??  My guess is it’s more human than machine at this point, but hey, if chatbots exists, why not right??  Anyway… til robots take over the world, you can still get your cabinets here from me!...

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Magic Corner Hardware in a base blind corner cabinet

Posted by on Sep 26, 2018 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off on Magic Corner Hardware in a base blind corner cabinet

In this video, I explore what a blind corner cabinet is, and a storage accessory that I call the Magic Corner for easier access. Kitchen designed by yours truly, ME =] Cabinet manufacturer: Sollera Cabinetry – www.solleracabinets.com Hardware featured: “Base Blind Corner Metal Rack” aka “Magic Corner...

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Neolith vs Screwdriver? Yea… Neolith wins

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in Videos | Comments Off on Neolith vs Screwdriver? Yea… Neolith wins

Check out my video footage at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show of Travis’ demo. Neolith counters melting a screwdriver @ KBIS 2018 demo. —- Ever get curious what’d happen to your countertop if you stab it with a screwdriver?  Well DON’T TRY IT AT HOME!  Because you’d probably break your countertop, AND because Travis at Neolith has already tried it for us on HIS countertop!  Results?  Neolith 1 : Screwdriver 0.  Amazing huh?  Watch the video for the demo. Here is Neolith’s website: www.neolith.com —- Disclaimer – I don’t sell this product, and I’m not promoting that you try this on your own Neolith countertop.  If your countertop breaks, it’s not my fault.  Who needs a kitchen countertop to do that anyway? =)  It’s not a work bench!!...

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