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How do you attach a Lazy Susan turntable bearing?
Last Updated: 27th April, 2020
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Thereof, what size Lazy Susan Bearing do I need?
A Lazy Susan 16" in diameter will require about 2.3 board feet of lumber, 1.8 board feet for the top and 0.5 board feet for the base. The dimensions of the blanks are for the top, 16" x 16" x 1" and for the base, 8" x 8" x 1". The base is generally about half the diameter of the top to provide stability.
Additionally, can you install a lazy susan in an existing cabinet? When homeowners want to add a lazy susan to existing cabinets, it's awkward because the cabinet opening is small and you're either scrunched up on the floor for a base cabinet or standing on a ladder to reach inside a wall cabinet. Alternatively there are lazy susan trays that install on each shelf.
Also asked, how do you use a Lazy Susan?
12 Brilliant Ways To Use A Lazy Susan
- Spice Cabinet. I have a handful of spices and seasonings that I use frequently when I cook, and I keep those in the cupboard above my stove.
- Baking Supplies.
- Craft Room.
- Gift Wrap.
- Dining Table.
- Decorating Cakes.
- Barbecues & Picnics.
How do you take apart a lazy Susan?
- Remove every item from the Lazy Susan's shelves and set them aside.
- Use the screwdriver to remove the screws that secure the top mount of the old Lazy Susan in place.
- Gently pull the top of the old Lazy Susan assembly towards yourself and lift the entire assembly out of the cabinet.