How to make an ice box out of a cabinet

August 19th, 2010 in member junk     
Grasshopper22 Grasshopper22, member
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Chalkboard front...I wish beer was 5 cents...
The cabinet closed
Inside the cabinet
The inside was lined with blue styrofoam and a wire shelf was put it. The metal tray that holds the ice has a hole drilled into the back right side and then the tubing was attached and another hole was drilled at the bottom of the box to feed the tubing out.
The tubing will drain outside once we get it up to the cabin
Chalkboard front...I wish beer was 5 cents...

Chalkboard front...I wish beer was 5 cents...

I wanted an icebox for the cabin so I finally found the perfect size cabinet at the re-store and transformed it. It works well and keeps the food and beer does take awhile to cool the box, but once cool it stays at a level temp.

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Comments (9)

vanj writes: way cool friend!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Vanessa Posted: 12:10 pm on August 21st
byabpryor writes: Sweet
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junkermidge writes: That's amazing! Never knew such a thing could be done. And it's adorable too!
Midge Posted: 3:53 pm on August 20th
RustyDiva writes: Ha cool. (no pun intended) :) Posted: 3:10 pm on August 20th
makinthemostofit writes: Now that's clever! Posted: 6:13 pm on August 19th
MakinItHappen writes: I LOVE this idea!!! Posted: 3:01 pm on August 19th
Fairlore writes: Very creative!!! Posted: 12:28 pm on August 19th
JunkArchitect writes: That’s hysterical…but it works! The cheapest beers I can remember were .25¢ drafts.

Posted: 9:58 am on August 19th
cheriberri writes: Ingenious!!!! How many nickles have you earned????? :) Posted: 9:16 am on August 19th
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