Anyone compensating for carpeting tackless strips for objects designed to
put against the wall? If so how? I am looking at modifying a blanket chest /
toybox that the design doesn't really lend well to legs or any kind of
leveling device. However if I don't I'm concerned about the lid falling over
as it just tips over center and leans against the wall now and I know there
are locking mechanisms to be had but it really shouldn't be necessary.
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Thats kind of what I'm leaning to. My other thought was to build up the
inside of the base trim that could be cut to accomodate the strips and raise
the whole thing 3/4" but have that inner piece easily removable so if you
don't need it unscrew it.
I build several of these things for x-mas time each year and sell 'em cheap
and this is the one complaint I have from past customers.
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