How To Build Pull Out Trash Can Cabinet

How To Build Pull Out Trash Can Cabinet – Building a pull out trash can for your kitchen cabinet will keep the trash cans of taking up space and give your kitchen a sleek look. Make your own trash can cabinet is a simple solution if the new cabinet is not in your kitchen remodeling budget or drawer finish does not match your cabinets. By building up a box containing your trash, you can attach the closet door to the box for quick access to your trash.

To build pull out trash can cabinet, the first, remove cabinet door from the front of the trash bin space, do not remove the handle from the cabinet door. Cut out all the panels to be used for the walls of the trash from the cabinet grade birch. You need four walls and the top and bottom. The walls of the trash should measure 1/2 inch less in width than the actual locker space and 18 inches high. Install all six panels to create a sealed box with wood glue and 1 1/2 to 2 inch nails.

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Install 22-inch heavy-duty drawer slides bottom of the trash can cabinet closed. Measure the distance from each other and mark the cabinet floor accordingly to attach the second half of the heavy drawer slides to the cabinet floor. Start with a starter hole with a drill. Using a jigsaw to cut along the line traced for the opening of the trash. Reattach cabinet door with handle intact to the trash by 6:01 1/4-inch wood screws. Place three wood screws through the inside of the box on each side of the cabinet door where it is thickest.

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