How to Fit Kitchen Plinths?


Fitting a plinth is a relatively easy task and should pose no problem to anyone. Simply start by fixing the plinth to the base of the units, apply adhesive or screw fixings to the inside face of the plinth or cornice, and attach it to the units. If the units have legs, screw the clips supplied to the plinth and clip them around the legs.
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