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Picked up 241 Friday but sticking around to correct a couple minor items.  Question:  The overhead mirrored doors look very easily scratched  on the back which would definitely show.  Looking for suggestions for protecting.  Jason said some glue something like felt over the back to protect.  Suggestions?

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Self adhesive shelf paper, trim around the perimeter and hinges afterwards with a hobby knife. You could use plain white, or be bold with a less orthodox choice:




I suggest that you dress (bevel slightly) the very sharp edges with a emory paper and water first. I haven't done it yet, but it is on my Honey Do List for winter.


I also plan to install restraining lanyards so they can be left open 8 or 10 inches for ventilation (drying damp clothing), without risk of scalp lacerations.


John Davies


Spokane WA

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