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IKEA Fullen Sink Cabinet (White)

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IKEA.com has IKEA Fullen Sink Cabinet (White) on sale for $9.99. Purchase in-store [Store Locator] where available. Thanks Rokket

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This sink cabinet will require assembly and measures 23 5/8" W x 15 3/8" D x 31 1/8" H when assembled

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IKEA has the FULLEN sink cabinet in white for just $9.99. OMG I think this is a super slick deal!
http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog.../70189041/

Edit: In store only now

I don't know what the original price was, but I once posted this cabinet to SD at $29.99 on sale. See my earlier thread here:
https://slickdeals.net/e/7208010-ikea-fullen-sink-cabinet-29-99-and-eat-for-free-this-weekend-w-100-purchase?

I realize this is an obscure deal, but I hope it helps someone!
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I put one of these in my rental units. So far so good and it's been 3 1/2 years. When putting it together make sure you pay close attention to make the top surface all flush with each panel, otherwise the sink you put on will not sit flat and will require shimming. I made that mistake and needed 2 shims to level. No big deal bc you caulk around under the sink anyways and I used white so you can't see the shim. Hmm let's see what else. Oh the hinges are fully adjustable and will need adjusting to make the doors flush with the frame. The hardware it comes with, literally just 2 small rubbery stubs. I bought satin finish knobs from Home Depot to make it look a little nicer for the tenant and easier to open the doors. Construction of the pieces is what you expect from IKEA. If you have a S trap that goes though the floor you will need to take measurements and drill a hole in bottom panel and drop on...or cut out in the bottom rear and slide back. Save the piece you cut out minus room for the pipe, and reattach from the bottom. Then use a shelf liner to cover it and you're good to go. As far as the legs are concerned, I like that the adjustable legs allowed me to level the cabinet without shims. The legs are high enough off the floor of the bathroom that it allows you to reach under and clean and you can also buy some small containers for storage etc. for $10 it's a great deal but I would never use it in my house.

Typing on my phone hence the condensed reply. I can send some pics later since I have to stop over later today and replace a seized valve
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In addition to what medic said, if you assemble IKEA stuff like this and use wood glue where the pieces meet, it really improves the sturdiness.
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need a office cabinet, seems top is missing, how much to get 1 from home depot?
I feel like there are various IKEA hacks that would convert this sink cabinet into something else - like an office cabinet - for dirt cheap.
That's what I'm mulling over right now...how can I use this??? Surely I can do something with this for just $10!

(FYI, the matching TÄLLEVIKEN sink is $80. So sink cabinet + sink = $90.)
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Crazy deal. I would've bought a bunch if I had space o.O
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good deal but what's your opinion on the quality of these? haven't had a chance to check out in person.
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good deal but what's your opinion on the quality of these? haven't had a chance to check out in person.
I put one of these in my rental units. So far so good and it's been 3 1/2 years. When putting it together make sure you pay close attention to make the top surface all flush with each panel, otherwise the sink you put on will not sit flat and will require shimming. I made that mistake and needed 2 shims to level. No big deal bc you caulk around under the sink anyways and I used white so you can't see the shim. Hmm let's see what else. Oh the hinges are fully adjustable and will need adjusting to make the doors flush with the frame. The hardware it comes with, literally just 2 small rubbery stubs. I bought satin finish knobs from Home Depot to make it look a little nicer for the tenant and easier to open the doors. Construction of the pieces is what you expect from IKEA. If you have a S trap that goes though the floor you will need to take measurements and drill a hole in bottom panel and drop on...or cut out in the bottom rear and slide back. Save the piece you cut out minus room for the pipe, and reattach from the bottom. Then use a shelf liner to cover it and you're good to go. As far as the legs are concerned, I like that the adjustable legs allowed me to level the cabinet without shims. The legs are high enough off the floor of the bathroom that it allows you to reach under and clean and you can also buy some small containers for storage etc. for $10 it's a great deal but I would never use it in my house.

Typing on my phone hence the condensed reply. I can send some pics later since I have to stop over later today and replace a seized valve
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Thanks for the nice comments! I see this is a "popular" deal even though it's rather obscure. Smilie
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good deal but what's your opinion on the quality of these? haven't had a chance to check out in person.
It's Ikea. Pressboard diy assembly. That said. It's 10 bucks. You'll get your money's worth
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good deal but what's your opinion on the quality of these? haven't had a chance to check out in person.
In addition to what medic said, if you assemble IKEA stuff like this and use wood glue where the pieces meet, it really improves the sturdiness.
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I put one of these in my rental units. So far so good and it's been 3 1/2 years. When putting it together make sure you pay close attention to make the top surface all flush with each panel, otherwise the sink you put on will not sit flat and will require shimming. I made that mistake and needed 2 shims to level. No big deal bc you caulk around under the sink anyways and I used white so you can't see the shim. Hmm let's see what else. Oh the hinges are fully adjustable and will need adjusting to make the doors flush with the frame. The hardware it comes with, literally just 2 small rubbery stubs. I bought satin finish knobs from Home Depot to make it look a little nicer for the tenant and easier to open the doors. Construction of the pieces is what you expect from IKEA. If you have a S trap that goes though the floor you will need to take measurements and drill a hole in bottom panel and drop on...or cut out in the bottom rear and slide back. Save the piece you cut out minus room for the pipe, and reattach from the bottom. Then use a shelf liner to cover it and you're good to go. As far as the legs are concerned, I like that the adjustable legs allowed me to level the cabinet without shims. The legs are high enough off the floor of the bathroom that it allows you to reach under and clean and you can also buy some small containers for storage etc. for $10 it's a great deal but I would never use it in my house.

Typing on my phone hence the condensed reply. I can send some pics later since I have to stop over later today and replace a seized valve

repped! thanks for the detailed review. I want to remodel a bathroom in my home and your last line summed it for me. I was initially interested in the godmorgon one, this >>> http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog...S79023503/ I'll keep looking.
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Can this be put around a pedestal sink for storage? Not worried about it sitting flush or looking good, but I will be redoing my bathroom in the next 2-3 years and would like a hold over.
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Great deal.. probably couldn't build it yourself for that cheap. That said, don't let it get wet on the unfinished surfaces, since it will swell up and get ruined pretty easily.
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repped! thanks for the detailed review. I want to remodel a bathroom in my home and your last line summed it for me. I was initially interested in the godmorgon one, this >>> http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog...S79023503/ I'll keep looking.
Yeah also keep in mind this is for a very very shallow depth sink. The one complaint I had was that it's difficult to wash ones face without spilling water outside of the sink or have it drip on the faucet and then backwards onto the sink ledge
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