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- n. A metal strip mounted at the base of a door to prevent scuffing.
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I could have spent three weeks in there carving each piece of wood to fit exactly, and I never found the proper kickplate to put underneath the floor cabinets.
It is of course hand-crafted in England as you can see on the kickplate.
I liked the optional color illumination package that allows you to set up to 20 different accent colors inside, plus an illuminated kickplate by the bottom door frame.
He’s also recently developed the incredibly annoying habit of taking a running start and a flying leap for his favorite perch on top of my monitor, which is annoying because he’s using the back of my right hand on my keyboard as a kickplate to finish his jump.
Features 5 shelves, a protective kickplate, safety straps, and measures 24 "x 14" x 71 ".