DIY a Freestanding Pine Garage Storage Racks
Garage storage racks – Starting with place two pine boards 24 inches long. 2 inches wide and 1 inch thick on a flat surface. Create a rectangular frame with these two pieces and the two pieces of pine 12 inches long. 2 inches wide and 1 inch thick. Set one screw in the end, in which two of the boards touch. Using the electric screwdriver and screw in a 3-inch wood screw through the board. Use two boards at each end. Repeat with the other boards of this size, to create four rectangles to the shelves.
Next steps to make freestanding pine garage storage racks is apply a thick layer of wood glue to the top of a frame. Press a wooden board 24 inches long by 12 inches wide on the wood glue and clamp it in place. Repeat steps with each of the other rectangular frames. Wood screws to attach to the top, screw hardware through the top section and into the frame. Tighten the screws every 4 inches around the top.
Remove the clamps and set one of the shelves to the floor. Till Egg one of the longest pine corner of the board with 3-inch wood screws. Make sure the screw goes through the side and into the shelf. Set the longest pieces to the other corners with two screws. Moving up 12 inches and attach the second shelf, with the same method. Space out the last two shelves and placing the legs of unity with wood screws. And your diy freestanding pine garage storage racks was done.