Some Ideas Closet Door Organizer

Nov 17th

Closet Door Organizer – If you open that door of your closet, and things fall to the floor, or if you open the closet door and cannot find anything that you are looking for without having to move five things from your place, then you need a closet organizer. A closet organizer will make your closet look bigger, by having things in a more organized way. You will keep your things according to the use that you give to each one. Conventional spice racks consist of wooden material shelf or turnstiles being repairing by spices that make the search easy but take up space at the counter area.

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If you want to erase the much-needed space on your counters, make a spice closet door organizer that hangs on the closet door. Get away from the convention and make a spice shelf with metal sheet and magnetic caps. Hang the spice rack on the inside or outside of the closet door. Use a tape measure to measure the cabinet door within any molding, to determine the size of the spice rack you will make. Hold a piece of sheet metal against the cabinet door, and mark the four corners. Mark moments 1/2 inch below the marks at the top corners and 1/2 inches above the marks at the bottom corners. Measure your door thickness before drilling the holes.

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Drill holes in the box with a drill and a 1/4 inch drill bit. Screw the piece of sheet metal to the door. Use 1/4 to 1/2-inch screws, as cabinet closet door organizer are typically 3/4 of an inch thick. Squeeze a small spot of metal epoxy over the top of the metal lid of a tin container. Press a neodymium magnet on the tail, and hold down for several seconds to adjust the epoxy. Use a toothpick to remove any excess glue that may have leached from under the magnet. Add magnets to all metal containers. Join the cans to the metal sheet with the magnets.