Getting ready to assemble the new medicine cabinet door for the
bathroom. The backside of the door has a recess for 1/8'' thick mirror
glass, then another 1/8'' thick recess, 3/8'' wider all around, for
backing. What's a good material for mirror backing, paintable or white
on one side, and easily stapled? The mirror is not large (15'' x 24''),
so I don't need a 4' x 8' sheet of anything.
It's not a grand woodworking project, but I think it will look nice.
Gave me a chance to use the nice miter saw that my wife bought me for my
birthday, and the biscuit joiner that I got from Harbor Freight. And,
old news to you expert woodworkers but new to me: I've always used
"combo" blades in the table saw when ripping. But I just bought a Freud
dedicated ripping blade -- what a difference it makes.
Mike "Rocket J Squirrel" Elliott
71 Type 2: the Wonderbus
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