Kitchen microwave cart is a gift for the busy cook who needs more work space and storage in the kitchen. After a quick trip to the home improvement store, you will be well on your way to making a rolling kitchen microwave cart. Refrain from sawing wood, grinding, clamps and finish work by starting with a complete kitchen cabinet unit. If you can use a drill, you can transform the cabinet into an attractive rolling cart.
Buy wheels made of the right material for your floor type and which are designed to hold the weight capacity of the cabinet and the items to be stored in the wagon. Select a caster that exceeds the weight capacity of your use. Turn the kitchen cabinet upside down on the floor. Measure the length along an inner side of the cabinet bottom. Apply wood glue along the length and ends of this wooden support piece.
Set the piece of wood, glue side down against the side of the cabinet bottom. Mark the spots where the rolling wheels or wheel to be mounted at each corner of the cabinet bottom. Place a finished piece of butcher block on top of a rolling kitchen microwave cart. Secure the slaughter by inserting the appropriate size screws slowly up through the top of the cabinet unit into the bottom of the piece along the length of the front and back. Do not go through the top of the block.