THE WILD DOG
Well sinks & counter top trim have been caulked with the proper stuff. Used my noggin on the counter tops, I was petrified that I was going to drill thru them that I removed the c-channel trim on the front of them and lifted the FRP up and shot screws thru the base plywood into the studs below. Viola it worked great. Actually started building my shelf unit as well to house my buns and packs of soda. Still some tweeking on that to do, Kinda mad at myself that I shot a screw thru the wall of it, but should be able to cover it with trim anyways.
I have a pic or two of it, but you’ll get a better idea of what I want to do once the shelves are in. I plan on having the back part of the shelf a notch or two lower so that it sits at a downward angle so nothing falls out during transit. The one pic I do have I don’t like so I will have to take more pics of it.
Making my final ” materials to buy ” list which consist of 5 items
1. (1) FRP panel ( cooking counter top)
2. (2) 3/4 angle irons ( 1 for cooking top, 1 for server base 6ft run)
3. (3) 1 can of spray paint
4. (1) 1/2 C-channel ( for server window screen)
5. (1) hardboard ( white) for back of shelves
Should be buying my water heater on Tuesday & the only other thing I have to buy really that is expensive is my cooker. ($330 with shipping )
I am going to shoot the bottom c-channel into the serving counter and bond the other channel to the top of the serving window for the screen track. It actually works out great. perfect width.
Which brings me to my next question. What is the best thing to use to bond aluminum to aluminum ?