DIY Pull Out Trash Can in a Kitchen Cabinet | How to

Convert any kitchen base cabinet into a DIY Pull Out Trash Can. Blog post:

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Drawer Pull Jig –
22″ Drawer Slides –
Glue Brush Set –
3/8″ Plug Cutter –
WorkTunes Ear Muffs –
Pocket Hole Jig –
Glue Bottle –
Forstner Bits –
Framing Square –
Kreg Deep Face Clamp –
Trash Cans –

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