My friend's mom asked me if it's possible to hang a cabinet on the wall
without making it a permanent fixture.
Her reason for wanting to do this is.. the placement of the cabinet will
obscure moving the refrigerator twice a year for cleaning behind it.
So, here's what I told her..
I said, that if you take a piece of wood, the width of the cabinet, and rip
it down it's length at roughly 45 degrees. You can mount one piece onto the
wall, and fasten the other onto the back of the cabinet.
This would provide a non-permanent mounting for the cabinet as the two
pieces would lock together once mated.
ie; no need to remove screws or other hardware.
What I would like to know from you fine people is..
Does this type of mounting exist in the hardware world ? - I know I can
build it for roughly $2 but I'm not sure how flush the cabinet will sit on
the wall as I haven't actually seen it in about 10 years.
Thanks for all responses..