Finding more storage in your overflowing kitchen (without
adding cabinets) isn't hard. You just have to be creative. Here's a simple project that will help
you tame your kitchen chaos, and the best part is--it takes 10 minutes or
less to do.
All you need to make these racks for canned goods is some wire closet shelving. Measure
your cabinets and trim the wire shelving to length using a bolt cutter or a
hacksaw. You can wedge the bottom rack into place and it will stay put. For the
upper racks, predrill screw holes into the back side of the cabinet face frame.
Then run in a 5/8-in. screw on each side, but leave about ¾ in. of the head sticking
out to set the front of your racks on. The back of the rack just rests against
the back of the cabinet. That's it. Load up the racks with cans and you've just
gained a ton more space and can instantly find what you're looking for.
Check out this video to learn how to make these racks for canned goods.
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— Elisa Bernick, Associate Editor
I love this storage racks! I have been stacking all my canned food for ages and sometimes we just run out of space because our cabinet shelves are just that high. And all the cans behind the first stack are not within reach and sight. Thus, they are usually not consumed as often as those in the front and might exceed past their expiry dates too. Such rackings definitely provide us with proper storage compartment for our cans and save us money too in the long run.
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