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PostPosted: Tue May 09, 2017 12:21 pm 
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A guy I used to work beside wrote me these tips for fitting a kitchen. He was a kitchen fitter by trade.

It was written about 12 years ago so some of the ink has faded but I thought someone considering fitting a kitchen may find it useful or would like to add constructive comment.


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Lots of really good advice in there Argyll,thanks for sharing!

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thanks Argyll, gonna have a good read of this, got my own to do later this year, cheers


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Well done Argyll, a really good source of info ( I love learning about things like this) it's going to save someone loads of time .
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