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Yesterday my garage was in chaos. Today my garage is less chaotic than yesterday because of some "ghetto shelves" I made.
I am of that type of people that does not throw anything to the trash. Therefore, I go accumulating rods, straps, wires, pipes, plates, tin, etc, etc...
Buying a conventional bookcase would not solve my problem, and besides would invest me some money. So I decided to do the following thing: I bought ...
I used a long widia bit of the same diameter of the iron rods.The holes must be all at the same height. I guided myself for the distance to the ceili...
All the holes should be the same tilt. Then, it is convenient to have a guide.I did it with three pieces of wood. You can use what you prefer.
With a hammer, but not with excessive force, insert the rods in the holes.
Over this rods you can put things whose length is greater than de distance between the rods. You can also to hang things of they.Be care the stuff not...
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