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Step 1: Buy Materials
2. Toggle bolts (purchased at Lowes). The spice rack needs to be anchored to the wall if you're putting it into drywall. Mine we're 3/8".
3. Super Glue. I used E-6000 (purchased at Walmart?). The only thing I did not like about this was the drying time. At LEAST 16 hours. It was also stringy and had a tendency to get everywhere, although it did not become tacky right away, so that was good.
4. Neodymium magnets (purchased from eBay). I used 1/4" x 1/16". Next time I would go larger in diameter because I ended up having to use two magnets in order to make a full jar stick to the steel.
5. Spice Jars (purchased online). This is totally up to you. Personally, 4oz is PLENTY big enough. I probably would've gone for 2oz jars, but I couldn't find the shape I was really going for in 2oz (hex shape).
Large drill bit, drill, screwdriver.