I am just finishing a renovation of a kitchen pantry.
It was sort of a bear of a space. 24 (deep) x 30 (wide)
with an 18 inch passage door hung in front. Had fixed
shelves about every 12 inches. Some of the 7 shelves were full
depth (24) and some were 16 and the top shelf was 12.
Particle board shelving (came with the house).
I tore it all out, mudded it smooth, put on two nice
coats of semi-gloss white and screwed some adjuatable
standards into the studs.
I spent today cutting "U"-shaped shelving from melamine
sheets (4x8-damn heavy!). The shelves had a variety of
cut-outs, depending on position. The bottom one had a
4 inch "U" cut out, while the others varied (8, 10, 12
etc.). Shelf depth got a little less as you go up.
Anyhow, after triming out the U's with my 1/2 inch flush
trim bit, I have an inside radius on the melamine.
I want to edge the shelving with some oak strips, but would like
some nice square (90 deg) inside corners to work with.
What is the best way to square an inside melamine corner?
I have some pretty sharp chisels, a fine-tooth dovetail saw
and a bunch of other stuff.
Open to any suggestions.