It is the correct size as listed.
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They are not particle board, they are a form of heat pressure melamine. Always cut upside down, and tape the cut line, on the good side of the cut. Use a very sharp blade, on a circular saw, or a fine tooth blade on a jig saw. Do not cut all the way into the corner. Use a coping saw, or a hack saw blade, with tape wrapped on part of the blade, for a hand hold.
Not solid wood. Appears to be thin wood skin on each side of composite man-made center. Back side is not finished.
Dear Lizi - We do not recommend painting our Hampton Bay cabinets as any alteration to the product voids the warranty on the cabinet.
Liquid nails and/or finishing nails would do the trick. We have a nail gun that we used with our air compressor.
The panel is 2 rectangles, with only one side finished. You can use it for whichever side you need to, but you'll have to cut the notch yourself.
Hi Le, Yes, this cabinet skin is designed for such applications. Mike
I like MinWax Golden Oak to darken the grain and start the medium golden oak color. Experiment with a piece of scrap unfinished oak until you achieve the desired color, leaving the stain on the wood for a measurable amount of time. You may need multiple light coats, wiping the excess from your project. Then follow the stain with MinWax Satin Polyurethane to finish the medium golden tone.