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Let me show you how I did this for our kitchen sink cabinet because it’s the most important step.
If you want to install sliding trays under your kitchen sink you need to account for shutoff valves, p-traps, the garbage disposal and cabinet door hinges. I made the base and sliding tray for the right side of my kitchen cabinet before shooting the video tutorial.
The goal is to build a base that fits in your cabinet and a sliding tray that slides back and forth without any problems.
I do like the Rev A shelf at lowes but the style I would need is the wrong depth for our cabinets and the price is a bit high so I may experiment with some extra chrome racks from some bakers shelves I have.
Our cabinets have a little lip on the bottom edge and that’s one reason for the trays.
You think you’re out of cumin then find it the next day in the recesses of the cabinet, haha.