SIMPLE PLYWOOD SHELVES

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Introduction: SIMPLE PLYWOOD SHELVES

Simple out of Plywood Shelves that helps to organize our place..

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Step 1: Materials Needed

1. Plywood standard size 4ft X 8ft or 48 inches X 96 inches

2. Saw - I used reciprocating Saw

3. Nails - 1/12 inches and 2 inches and concrete nails to hang in the wall

4. Hammer

5. Paint Flat enamel and Gloss enamel

6. Pencil use for marking

7. Measuring toll/ steel tape

8. wood glue

9. stick to help for marking a line

10. sand paper

Step 2: Steps to Make

> 1st make a measurement on the plywood, its up to you what size/measurement do you want for your project for me I cut it into 10 inches wide X 96 inches Length. I make 4 pcs. 10 inches wide and 1 pc. 8 inches wide.

> 2nd i make a square frame that fits on the wall where i put the shelves.

> 3rd i just make my own design or free cut as long i make a square or divider there is no fixed measurement on my project it depends on my like to angle the plywood.

Step 3: Painting

1st i paint if with Flat enamel so the paint will not absorb if i paint Gloss on the 2nd coating i did not paint at the back and on the right side coz it will see from that angle.

Step 4: Mounting on the Wall

i just nailed it on the wall using concrete nail 4 inches long now its finished and very helpful to us to organized our thing...God bless us all

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    5 Discussions

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    grannyjones
    grannyjones

    3 years ago

    What kind of joints? Butt joints with glue and nails? I see no rabbets.

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    aldwinweng
    aldwinweng

    Reply 3 years ago

    grannyjones Yes only butt joints, glue and nails just simple joining..

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    skepticaljay
    skepticaljay

    3 years ago

    there are many types of plywood, which one did you use? it looks good by the way.

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    aldwinweng
    aldwinweng

    Reply 3 years ago

    a second class plywood skepticaljay or class B thats what they lable it..

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    wold630
    wold630

    3 years ago

    Nice work!