Damaged Kitchen Cabinets From Leaks

I would love to hear from all of you who have had your kitchen cabinets damaged because of a leak in the sink cabinet. Leaks can come from a lot of places. The supply valves, supply lines, p-trap, drains, water supply to the dishwashed and garbage disposal. Please share your experiences.

10 Responses to “Damaged Kitchen Cabinets From Leaks”

  1. Jennifer says:

    My mom just had a leak in her kitchen cabinets and they are warped now from water damage. Would Mr. Cabi-Shield have helped her?

  2. admin says:

    Jennifer,

    Mr. Cabi-Shield would have protected her cabinet from the water and would have diverted it to the holding area. Mrs. Know-Leaks would have detected that water and sounded an alarm to let her know. I am sorry her cabinets were unprotected. I hope she can use these new products to protect them from further damage from a future leak, or protect the new cabinet if she is replacing it.

    Mr. Cabi-Shield

  3. admin says:

    Look for our products on-line and in stores in the Fall of 2009

  4. Jennifer says:

    Can’t Wait!

  5. Thank you for your patience!

  6. Jack F. says:

    Hi. My kitchen cabinet was destroyed last month because of a leaky pipe. It cost me $900 to replace it! I need your mat and alarm asap to protect my new cabinet. Please help!

  7. I am sorry to hear that your kitchen cabinet was destroyed from a leak. This type of damage happens all too often, which is why we developed Mr. Cabi-Shield and Mrs. Know-Leaks. Mr. Cabi-Shield is Patent Pending and both our products are already on the production lines. We will have it ready for purchase on our web site in the next few months. Once you install Mr. Cabi-Shield and Mrs. Know-Leaks, your will sleep well knowing you have the best solution in under the sink cabinet protection(tm) in your own kitchen :-)

  8. Vance Hudes says:

    Thanks! You guys do a excellent weblog, and have some wonderful contests. Keep up the good do the job.

  9. Stephanie says:

    I like how you can trim it down if it doesn’t fit and how you can use it on brand new cabinets or already damaged ones. Great idea!

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