Do your sink base cabinets look like a failed attempt at organization? We’ll show you an easy and economical way to better utilize that space.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Bathroom
Drill 2 to 3 pocket-screw holes in each end of the shelves. If you've never worked with a pocket-screw jig, simply set the tabs on the jig to the thickness of the material you're working with (3/4”), and set the collar on the drill bit to the same. Clamp or hold the jig on the end of the work piece, and slowly drill in until the collar bottoms out on the jig.
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