Woodworking Tips & Trick
That's good to know. I found your video very helpful. Thanks for sharing
No wonder your such a calm person. LOL. Looks like it would be a lot of fun to demo a kitchen, but the clean up is a bit of a chore. God Bless and take care.
Rargh! Eric smash! It's nice to have an overview of all the basics.
When in doubt, pry it out! LOL We installed a new dishwasher a few months ago and even though there's an outlet to plug it in under the cabinet, we had to do the wiring on the dishwasher itself to attach the plug to the dishwasher. We discovered this AFTER we already said "no" to the installation kit when we ordered the dishwasher, figuring we'd just use any hoses, etc. we already had. Didn't know we needed to be electricians. (eye roll) And then…I cut the cord too short, not allowing for slack to plug it in while the dishwasher is pulled out from the cabinet. It would've made a real funny video, I'm sure, if I had thought to get the camera out.
why no sledge hammer?
this is awesome!!! never realized it was SO flipping easy! Thank you for saving me $$$
I'm doing this solo this week and loved the explanation and the ability to reuse the cabinets! Thanks.
You sir just saved me a boat load of money and I salute you!
What should you do if they are glued to the wall? I've taken all of screws out of a cupboard in my laundry room… it's still firmly attached to the wall. I don't want to have to fix my wall. :/
My 1930s home has the cabinets built in to the walls 🙁 There's not a screw in sight!
YOU ARE A LIFE SAVER, SERIOUSLY!!!…Thank you for making this so simple to understand by being blunt, direct and honest. You ROCK bro!
Very helpful! Thanks
Donnie Wahlberg takes out cabinets!
Trying to remove wall cabinets from my garage, and half the screws are stripped. Ughhhh….
I could squeeze you! Thank you! I was looking at the cabinets wondering how to get them down. I knew it was a way! Your so cool. The way you explain it, I need a fun way. GREAT VIDEO
So helpful! Thank you
Awesome video, clear explanation.
My gas range has a coil of copper, not flexible. I found that out when I went to clean behind it for the first time. I must assume that when the range was replaced that the original copper tubing from 1965 (when the house was built) was not replaced with the flexible hose. The cabinets are original and I am just getting around to removing them (hence my attempts at finding out how to go about it). So far, I had already removed the screws they weren't drywall screws they were much loner and silver. I also scored all the calking, removed the doors, and gave the cabinet a good yank. They didn't budge, in fact they laughed at my girly attempts to get those things down without a hammer. So I retrieved a hammer and gave them a good whack or two. Nothing, they refused to move. I want to reuse them in the laundry room since they are made from actual wood and it would be a horrible waste not to salvage them in some way. Well At this point I am seriously considering a bottle of vodka and a pry bar to get those darn things off. Anyway, I thought someone might like to laugh at my utter inability to remove something as simple as a kitchen cabinet from the wall.
Thanks for your very helpful video…..
Will we ever see your co-narrator –Mrs. Gardenfork? She sounds lovely. Thanks for the videos.
My dishwasher is only 1 and a half years old and it's Hardwired. Be careful.
Helpful video! I'm looking for a way to cut apart part of my lower cabinet to just install a dishwasher.
So nice to see this being done by a person who actually knows the right way to remove cabinets , after years of home improvement shows that show kitchens being destroyed by idiots with sledge hammers .
“Hope you don’t wanna use that stove again” ??? this guy reminds me of Chip Gaines lol love it
It might be worth mentioning that sometimes they are nailed into the wall… Which makes removing them a lot harder.
Thank you! Very helpful to a novice like me.
awesome video. very helpful… and ENTERTAINING!!! ?
Now to find the screws… I found what looks like filled screw holes but dug out 1/4” and nothing in there. Easy but hard. Yes I have some aggression I’m working out. ??
5:05 banging around with a hammer, no hard hat, and no goggles. Old school American with no fear
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