The wall Rubbermaid storage cabinet from floor to ceiling is an easy storage solution to the garage and they are a reliable project for the common homeowner. Making cabinets on the wall, you can better use the space in the garage and save the cost of buying expensive storage units. Use these cabinets to store sports equipment, tools and other random items that have no place in the house.
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- Use the search engine to find structures where the garage where to place the Rubbermaid storage cabinet. Mark your location on the wall with a pencil.
- Measure the space where you plan to place the cabinets with tape. Measure the wall to determine the length and height of the cabinets. 1 Constrúyelos using pine 10 inches (2.5 by 25 cm), so that the depth is 10 inches (25 cm).
- 1 Cut two pieces 10 inches (2.5 by 25 cm) longer than pine determine just with a circular saw. These tables serve as the base panels and upper cabinets. Cut two more pieces of pine height cabinet, minus two inches (5 cm) to the side panels.
- Arrange four boards you just cut a rectangular manner. Place the side panels between the ends and align the edges. Wood screws placed 2 inches (5 cm) through the top and bottom in the thickness of the side panels for securing the frame panels.
- for pine frame so that the bottom is flush with the garage floor. Slide the Rubbermaid storage cabinet to the desired position against the garage wall. Places its frame with wood screws 2 inches (5 cm) at an angle through the top, bottom and side panels and by the wall structures.
- Measure and mark the position of the shelves of the cabinet with the side panels in pencil. Cut pine racks 1 per 10 inches (2.5 by 25 cm) with the measurement of the length of the cabinet, at least 2 inches (5 cm) to account for the side panels.
- Spend the shelves horizontally into place between the side panels where you have marked in pencil. Ensures the shelves with wood screws through the side panels, hand across his thick…
- Additional screws placed at an angle downwards through the rear edge of each shelf and to structures to provide additional support.
- cut a sheet of veneer 1/2 inch (1.2 cm) using general measures of the Rubbermaid storage cabinet to serve as door cabinet. If desired, cut the sheet of veneer into two or more sections to various colors.
- Keep your doors or cabinet flush against the frame of the cabinet and placed two metal hinges along one edge of the veneer. If you use several doors, placed two metal hinges per section. Screw the other side of each hinge within the cabinet to attach the door.
- Fill the screw holes with wood filler and allow drying completely. With a fine grain sandpaper surface under the cabinet, including the areas in which applied the wood filler.
- Paint or stain the Rubbermaid storage cabinet finished garage.