Installing Kitchen End Panels & Between Appliances | The Carpenter's Daughter

Installing Kitchen End Panels & Between Appliances | The Carpenter's Daughter

Here’s how I fitted the end panels between our washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. White goods if you will.

However, I failed scribing on the end panel where the utility kitchen starts. I wasn’t happy with the finish, so I used it to trace around. Hope it’s useful!

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  1. Cheryl Harris
    Cheryl Harris 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Good job no one's perfect

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  2. Lister Smeg
    Lister Smeg 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Thanks for the video…
    Wearing a mask for chopping an occasional piece of MDF seems a bit overkill

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  3. Gary creative music
    Gary creative music 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Thanks this was helpful mate

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  4. Voodoo Motion
    Voodoo Motion 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Hi, thanks for a great tutorial! We just ordered a new washing machine and heat pump tumble dryer. Just wondering how much space we should allow between them because the recess size is 50mm wider than the actual width. Seems like you need 25mm either side, so was concerned about putting panels too tight. Appreciate your advice, thanks again!

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  5. Starmedia Tech
    Starmedia Tech 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Good video! Is that a Dakota kitchen? Looks like the one you can get in Wickes etc. Where did you get the end panel from too please?

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  6. Dean Oh
    Dean Oh 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    To avoid chipping – Router. That's why they are used on worktops. For 18mm panels only needs to be a 1/4" machine. Or cut the piece long and then use a belt sander.

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  7. Martin O
    Martin O 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Nothing worse than when you can notice a mistake on your own work looks good

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  8. STEVE PRICE
    STEVE PRICE 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    If a jobs worth doing its worth well.

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  9. Z Ack
    Z Ack 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Lol.. lazy measure… nice… or was that just a fun coincidence? Ha..

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  10. cruiserboy811
    cruiserboy811 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    !! Awesome love to see a women do the the perfect work , point of view of women's if perfect !!!

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  11. Alex Westbrook
    Alex Westbrook 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Hi! Loving your videos which I've just discovered while looking up how to fit my new utility units! I am wondering if you can tell me 1. which hand saw you use to cut the panels and 2. if you can recommend how I secure worktop over two appliances which will have no base units to secure it to? Will it be best to get some heavy duty brackets to attach to the adjacent end panel of the larder unit? Thank you! Ruth

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  12. Joanna Lily
    Joanna Lily 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    If the worktop is quartz, how do you secure the middle panel between appliances, as you can't screw L plates into quartz?

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  13. Fudge33
    Fudge33 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    I see your dog, keeping an eye on your handy work. Blokes don't notice, or listen to anything, so the wife say's. Haha.. Just subscribed…

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  14. Tony O
    Tony O 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Loving these videos wanted tips on erecting a fence now am binge watching all your videos 😅

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  15. wyn davies
    wyn davies 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    You need to buy a rail saw, best thing ever created since the wheel

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  16. macky89
    macky89 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    When you can't clamp the panel tightly. Put the screw almost all the way in then back it out so it's only in one side of what your fixing. Then push as tightly as you can and put the screw the whole way. That should pull them together tighter

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  17. macky89
    macky89 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    If you're having trouble with chipping try changing the jigsaw blade for a down cutting blade. Or using a skill saw cut from the back side. Although this wont help if you need both sides looking clean

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  18. Rail Man
    Rail Man 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    All coming together now looking good. We have to laugh at Hans who watches your every move. The laser measure sure got him going LOL !!!

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  19. jhm smart tv
    jhm smart tv 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Poor little Hans going bonkers over that red dot. 🤣

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  20. m rolfe
    m rolfe 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Its a poor job that has no supervisor – good to see the dog is keeping you up to the mark!

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  21. Nic Davis
    Nic Davis 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Perfect timing! Just moved into our new home and a small utility room that needs a bit of reconfiguring. Thus video has given me the confidence to have a go at putting in a supporting/dividing panel myself. Thank you!!

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  22. august
    august 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Great job and I think your foreman (PUP) agrees !

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  23. dale jones
    dale jones 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Really enjoy your videos. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Steve 1
    Steve 1 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    I usually leave the panels between appliances about 2inches away from the wall at the back to leave room for pipes and cables.

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  25. Mike Horan
    Mike Horan 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Thanks for sharing! I always learn something from your channel. I'm more a "Measure once, cut twice and complain it's still too short" kind of handyman.

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  26. Kieran Stafford
    Kieran Stafford 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    More Hans please, I keep saying it but I just love that pooch 🙂 Where would we be without paws, wagging tails, floppy ears and sad eyes. Here's my girl trying to best a wasp –

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  27. Dave W
    Dave W 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    It is not what others think and say that matters! …. It is what You think that does!
    The only tip I would give would be to scribe the rear face of the inter-appliance panels!

    Simply holding a block of wood against the pane at its widest gap from the wall, holding a marker (pencil or sharpie) against the cut edge and dragging the block up or down to leave a line the exact width of the gap. Easy to do … harder to explain ;0)

    An alternative way to do it is to put the panel in place but forward with the front face extended the width of your block. Then simply scribe your line down the rear of the panel giving the panel an exact fit from the rear wall to the front face!

    Sharpie marks can be removed by rubbing fresh sharpie over the offending mark and immediately before it dries with a paper towel! ….. This works for permanent markers!

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  28. Mr M
    Mr M 23 June, 2022, 19:08

    Great and Straight! Grats on the wedding, lovely shot of the ring;)

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