SuperCheap Workshop Bottle Holder

I work a lot in my workshop and from time to time I want to have a drink. When I just place my bootle for example at the table it is often in the way. Thats why I thought that I could just glue it too the ceiling. I was surprised how well it works. So here is my tutorial to build a very cheap bottle holder. If you are scared that it could fall that you can also use a screw with a dowel to make super sure it will stay up their.

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Step 1: What You Need:

For this project all you need is:

- a bootle

- a ceiling

- hot glue

Lets get started!

Step 2: Add Glue to the Cap

Add hot glue to the cap of your bottle. It is important that you use enough clue.

Step 3: Press the Cap Against the Ceeling

Now you need to press the cap against your ceiling. Usually it takes about two minutes for the hot glue to fully cure.

Step 4: Attach the Bottle to the Cap

Now you can screw your bottle in. As long as you used enough hot glue and pressed it well on the ceiling it should be able to hold up to 2l bottles. I hope you enjoyed this instructable. Feel free to leave me a comment down below.

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    3 Discussions


    3 years ago

    That's an incredible clever way to store a bottle.


    3 years ago

    Good Idea.
    I would drill a hole any where in the inside of the cap. This will let you reuse the same hole everytime and save yourself the glue part of the deal.


    Clever idea. I do something similar with my screw drives. I hang them under my shelf with a magnetic strip.