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Spray Paint Organizer


Smithb29
Smithb29
Smithb29
Smithb29

If you are like me you have random spray paint cans all over your shop.
I used random scrap plywood and MDF since its just a shop project and to keep me from having to buy and materials.

I started by ripping the two side to width and figuring out how wide to make the shelves.
After getting the shelves cut to size I added pocket holes to each end with my KreJig K4.
To help align the shelves and provide proper spacing I made a quick jig from a cutoff.
After I had the angles shelves attached I added one more to the top, but this one is flat so I can stack things on top if needed.
I also added a ledger board across the back at the top so I would have a place to screw it to the wall.
Once it was hung all I had to do was find all my paint and load the new organizer up.

Thanks for taking the time to look at my project.
Follow us on Instagram at CraftSmiths_Homemade for more?

Happy Building
Bo

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  • We're all about clever organization! Great job!
    By RYOBI Nation, on June 15, 2017

  • Very space saving and clever! I'm gonna make one.
    By arrowrl, on February 11, 2018

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Spray Paint Organizer

by Smithb29
Jun 09, 2017
Medium 90136517 730c 4bfd 84f1 1edb2618c531

If you are like me you have random spray paint cans all over your shop. I used random scrap plywood and MDF since its just a shop project and to keep me from having to buy and materials. I started by ripping the two side to width and figuring out how wide to make the shelves. After getting the shelves cut to size I added pocket holes to each end with my KreJig K4. To help align the shelves and provide proper spacing I made a quick jig from a cutoff. After I had the angles shelves attached I added one more to the top, but this one is flat so I can stack things on top if needed. I also added a ledger board across the back at the top so I would have a place to screw it to the wall. Once it was hung all I had to do was find all my paint and load the new organizer up. Thanks for taking the time to look at my project. Follow us on Instagram at CraftSmiths_Homemade for more? Happy Building Bo