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[Princess Auto] Full extension drawer slides, 3 magnetic tool bars, 3in1 spray

This is a 3 deal all in one post....too lazy to post separately. All three of these items are great deals and were previously discussed so I have linked previous threads so we don't have to repost info.

Full Exension Drawer slides are 50% again - $6.49 - $8.99. Convert those stupid kitchen shelves into full sliders and see how much more functional your kitchen storage is

6-10-50-off-full-extension-drawer-slide ... #p32929972

3 Magnetic Toll Bar $9.99 - normally one small bar goes for more than this. Use it for screwdrivers, wrenches, kitchen knives even.

princess-auto-3-pc-magnetic-tool-holder ... #p32758370

3in1 Professional lubricant/grease/penetrant spray $3.99

princess-auto-silicone-spray-white-lith ... #p32085919

Check out the full flyer.

https://www.princessauto.com/en/current ... _id=548854
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Hmmm too bad the 20 inch drawer slides aren't on sale this time.
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does the 3 in 1 works well for lubricating treadmill.......
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If using the magnetic bars in the kitchen, you could face them with a thin strip of stained oak or other wood. If the magnets are as strong as ppl say, this would solve 2 problems in 1, with the wood thickness making the magnetic pull a bit weaker.
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Writer wrote: Hmmm too bad the 20 inch drawer slides aren't on sale this time.
The ad says "Available in 14" to 24" so not sure why the 20" is excluded. I'd check in store.
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99rs wrote: does the 3 in 1 works well for lubricating treadmill.......
I wouldn't use it because the treadmill lube is pretty thick stuff and this stuff is not thick. For the number of times you lube it, it's not worth trying to save a buck.
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gr8dlr wrote: The ad says "Available in 14" to 24" so not sure why the 20" is excluded. I'd check in store.
Hmmm it could be that it's still only the 26th today. The flyer states that the sale begins tomorrow.

Thanks for pointing out the wording in the ad -- I'll check again tomorrow.
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-=phelan=- wrote: just an FYI these drawer slides don't come with screws if memory serves...what screw hardware do you guys recommend for these?
Any panhead screws with depth as far as your material allows. Just use panhead screws.
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I was in there a few hours ago. All sale prices were in effect. I grabbed 4 sets of 18" slides for $6.99 each. Previous poster was correct, the 20" were NOT on sale for some reason.
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Any pan head screw will do to be honest, just make sure the top is big to have more surface area and it isn't too "bulgy" that the slides make contact.

Those starting out, try not to "measure" and mount. Just a block of wood template and go on each side. I've mounted tons and that is the best way to go.
-=phelan=- wrote: just an FYI these drawer slides don't come with screws if memory serves...what screw hardware do you guys recommend for these?
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Any tips on reasonably priced soft close full extension slides? Looking to replace our kitchen drawer ones that my family seems to love slamming
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Would these serve as a decent replacement for ikea dresser slides?
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kxs250 wrote: Would these serve as a decent replacement for ikea dresser slides?
excellent upgrade. Ikea uses the European style I believe (they're white?)
These slides will allow the drawer to come out an extra 3 inches or so
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raskal wrote: excellent upgrade. Ikea uses the European style I believe (they're white?)
These slides will allow the drawer to come out an extra 3 inches or so
Thanks for confirming. Do you know how to size these? Do I just measure the depth of the dresser drawer and purchase the slide that is closest in depth?
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kxs250 wrote: Thanks for confirming. Do you know how to size these? Do I just measure the depth of the dresser drawer and purchase the slide that is closest in depth?
Yup pretty much. Try not to round up at all though because the drawer slide will protrude from the drawer.
Also, these slides are usually even numbers only, but so are the European tour

So if it measures 23.5, you're best with a 22.
But more likely is that you'll have a drawer that's close to 24

(Numbers are examples on only)
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What do you mean by "measure and mount"?

I'm going to make shelves in pantry, so thought to attach them to studs in walls...

Thanks
sleepyguy wrote: Those starting out, try not to "measure" and mount. Just a block of wood template and go on each side. I've mounted tons and that is the best way to go.
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