kitchen drawer slides

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  1. Feb 23, 2018 #1

    tuffy

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    can I convert my regular drawer slides to the soft close ones?
     
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    I looked at that and the ones I found were mounted below the drawer and I would have had to build all new boxes and laziness kicked in. And I didn't look at all that might be out there.
     
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    Well I certainly am not building new boxes modify maybe.
     
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    They are available for all drawer configurations.
     
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  6. Feb 25, 2018 #6

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    If your drawers have slides on the sides now, they can be changed to the soft slide. I have used the soft hinges from Blum but wasn't all that crazy about them and probably not worth the extra money. Shop around for the best prices on the internet.
    Dave Mason
     

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