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Old 11-10-2014, 11:15 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Glamper1 View Post
I know this thread isn't about upholstery but I see that you have the light color
I believe it's called oyster. I have the same. Have you found a good cleaner that works well.
Same question for the walls of the unit that loo great but smudge easily.
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Not sure what to use on the suede cloth on the walls but I use a cleaner that I got from Griot's Garage for the upholstery.

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Old 11-11-2014, 05:26 AM   #16
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Glamper1, if your upholstery is ultra-leather, it can be cleaned with a damp cloth & a cleaner. I use Simple Green with good results. It can be used full strength or diluted.

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Old 11-13-2014, 01:56 PM   #17
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Great job! I also added a pull-out drawer under my curbside wardrobe, but it's for a place to charge our mobile devices. Attachment 225200

For the countertop extension I made this from a sheet of stainless steel and plywood. The edge trim is solid oak with black wood stain and three coats of poly. Attachment 225201Attachment 225202

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Drawer addition for storage is great; exactly what I need. Can you provide source?
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Old 11-13-2014, 06:08 PM   #18
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More counter space

Sorry no special source. I made it from scraps around my shop. The drawer is the small plastic tool drawer from an old Kobalt tool box I got from Lowes. Then I attached some 1"x1" aluminum angle stock to the drawer with pop rivets. The glider blocks on each side were just made from wood scraps and attached to underside of cabinet with appropriate length screws.

There is a product available at CampingWorld that I considered before I decided to make my own.

Hope this is helpful,

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Thanks for the link. They have a couple of sizes that will probably work

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