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1. What would be the best way to refinish kitchen cabinets?

Short of just replaceing them (very expensive) Re-facing the cabinet, then putting new doors on them is the most economical way. We found that you can get a video and materials from Lowe's to allow you to do the refacing yourself. Then measure for the doors and install them yourself. So much better than hiring someone to do it for you. Releatively easy

2. how to organize files (in filing cabinets) at work?

Balance sheet order. Get out your financial statements and arrange them in the same order as they appear there, first with the balance sheet, then with the income statement. You may want to have a separate file for accounts receivable (alpha order) and accounts payable (alpha order).

3. Is refacing cabinets too hard to do yourself?

first are they flat or designed Remove the cabinet door you will be working on. flat doors are easy all you have to do is sand the old finish and stain off (which can be done in stages you do not have to do all of them at once) if they have designs on them you will in to get a rotary tool (you can buy these at any hardware store or Wal-mart that has a hardware section, you can get one for about $25.00.) they usually come with a assortment of bits for it. when you get them sanded then comes the fun part. Figure out what kind of finish you what on it (stain, paint, or my fav the natural look)(no stain just clear coat). If you stain them make sure you get enough to do all of them.(this is to make sure they match) make sure you apply it evenly so you do not get streaks. you DON'T have to do ALL the doors at once you just have to do the door you are working on. And make sure you do them all the same.If you are painting them or just clear coating them just let them dry and rehang them.If you are staining them allow them to dry and then clear coat them (this gives them a shine and protection) ( follow instructions on stain cans and clear coat cans) Let them dry good and hang them. the over all cost depends on what you do and what type of materials you get.

4. after cleaning up my cabinets with goo b gone can I lightly sand then stain the cabinets?

To restain the cabinets, you have to completely sand off the old finish, which is in all likelihood, some type of lacquer. If there is a stain already on there, you could only do the same shade or darker. If you are sanding, you can skip the goo be gone.

5. Should I resurface or paint these kitchen cabinets?

Heather, do not paint over real wood. The result will be crappy at best. When cabinets come from a manufacturer painted, the finish is baked on, then covered with several layers of clear protectant. You will never be able to duplicate that look by rolling over the existing finish with a bucket of paint from Home Depot. I would suggest changing the other things in the kitchen, like the walls, floors, even the counter top but do not mess with the cabinets.

6. Help with vintage 70's speakers please...?

The 2-ohm difference will not make that much difference, provided you do not wind the volume up too much. If your amp is supposed to drive an 8-ohm load(speaker), and you put a 6-ohm one on it, this represents a 25% mis-matched load to the amp output.(because 8-ohms represents a 100% perfect load, and 6 is 75% of 8, or in other words, the difference between 6 and 8 is 2, representing 25%) The difference of 25% will be dissipated as heat in the output transistors of the power amplifier. At low volumes, this is no problem at all, however, if you tend to wind the wick up a fair way(say 20-watts or more) when you are playing your music, this extra heat in the output stage of the amplifier might prove a problem. It also depends on the class of amplifier. Most amps are Class-B push-pull complementary-pair type, and the output transistors only conduct when there is an audio signal present - this reduces heat generation. Class-A amps are the type used in studios and very expensive home-theater setups, and generally weigh a ton(and cost a fortune!), and run hot all the time, so a mismatched Class-A amp would get even hotter then it normally would at high volumes, with an incorrect impedance load(speaker). If the speakers were mine, and assuming a very loud volume, I would open the back of the speaker cases, and install a crossover network - these can be had from places like Radio Shack for only a few dollars. Choose one with an appropriate power rating(in watts) corresponding to the power of your amp. The crossover network will present the correct load to the amp, and also make the speakers sound better too. You can get 2-way and 3-way crossovers: 2-way are used in speaker cabinets with only two speakers - a woofer and a tweeter, and 3-way ones for cabinets with 3 speakers(a tweeter, a midrange & a woofer). Technically, so long as your speaker wire is at least 0.75mm thick(the copper part!), and the runs are at least 8-10 meters, then the resistance of the speaker wire itself will make up the difference, and the amp will actually see a total load of around 8-ohms(6 from your speakers 2 or so wire resistance). ...so it's not really a problem, unless you really gun your amp.

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