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Kitchen Trolley

What you will need:

Tools Material list
GST 18 Jig saw 20mm pine PAR
18 volt Cordless Drill driver  Top shelf 9390 x 540 mm – 1 piece
PSR 10.8 Bottom shelf – 800 x 390mm – 1 piece
spray gun drawer – front/back 330 x 320mm – 5 pieces
Pex 220 sander Drawer sides – 480 x 330 – 4 pieces
PSM 18 volt sander drawer bottom – 280 x 480mm – 2 pieces
Router Legs – 75 x 75mm pine – 4 x 785mm
Large angle grinder with diamond disc (I will bring) Top 40mm pine 900 x 600mm – 1 piece
  cleats 20 x 20mm – 2 x 1mtr. 
  Wheels – from base to bottom must be +/- 75mm in height (locking type) – 4 pieces
  granite cut to size 
  rope for handles (we still have some left from herb garden)
  Towel rail (no longer than 540mm) – 2 pieces to fit country style 
  Varnish – we can do it same as we did the wine rack with the ivory colour. (1 ltr should be enough) Or we paint and we sand to look country kitchen as long as its beige
  4 x 40mm screws
  wood glue
  wood filler – pine

Steps for making a Kitchen Trolley

  • Cut corners on shelves
  • Cut out hole on top
  • Router legs
  • Assemble shelves, top and legs – with skirts
  • Build drawers
  • Sand and varnish
  • Fit rope handles
  • Fit wheels and towel rails

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Plans for a Kitchen Trolley

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