After the assembly, Chris uses 60-grit sandpaper in the electric sander to get everything flush and lined up properly. Afterwards, with the drawer secured tightly in a vice, Chris sands the outer surfaces with 60-grit sandpaper and progresses to 180-grit paper to reduce the appearance of lines on the wood surface. This great attention to detail lets his customers know that he is serious about producing only the finest quality kitchen cabinetry.
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This allows the customer to confidently, happily even, pay top dollar for the best cabinets that money can buy. Part of your reputation as a carpenter or cabinet-maker, especially one that does it professionally, is to only put your name on the best work you can produce and that means using your patience and precision to do every job the way it’s supposed to be done. Learn from Chris in part six of our series today!

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