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Old 08-01-2017, 11:21 AM   #51
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Wall cupboard handles at the top as well

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Old 08-01-2017, 11:59 AM   #52
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looks like you're not the only one using those kitchen units...

http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=387962

surprised more people aren't using them for the price. Work well, hold a lot and look quite good (I think)
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Old 08-01-2017, 12:03 PM   #53
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surprised more people aren't using them for the price. Work well, hold a lot and look quite good (I think)
Couldn't agree more

When we move into our new house next month the plan is to kit the garage out with them, and after looking around nothing really comes close in price

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Wall cupboard handles at the top as well

At least Wickes themselves show them the correct way round on their website
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At least Wickes themselves show them the correct way round on their website
Indeed, however the instructions say to mount the handles at the top

Actually I i quite like them up high as they don't get in the way of anything I have on the work surface (which is usually quite a lot)
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Yup, plenty of room to get the car in and get round it with the wax or DA etc
Thats the problem, I moved into a house that was built only ten years ago, yet the integral garage is useless. Can't get any car whatsoever into it, never mind walk around it with a DA!
Those units I could fit in though, they look great
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Old 02-02-2017, 04:06 PM   #57
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Updated with garage door insulation and total spend updated.
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Thats great for the budget, nice job.
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Thread resurrection time. How did you find the Halfords flooring, did it support the weight of the car ok? Currently looking at this to put in my single garage.
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Thread resurrection time. How did you find the Halfords flooring, did it support the weight of the car ok? Currently looking at this to put in my single garage.
These have stood up remarkably well! Yes, you can see where the car sits (I’ll get a picture up later) and there are slight tracks, but for the sake of £10-£20 to replace them after almost 3 years I’m quite happy to pay that given how long the car sits in there!

Insulation is also very good and it’s still great to walk on.
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