This project will help you organize your garage and become the MVP of DIY programmes. With all your sport gear in the same place, you’ll always be prepared when someone screams, “Where’s my basketball ?”( Or volleyball, hockey put, tennis racket, etc .)
See how it’s done, then accept the step-by-step instructions to build one of your own.
Choose a bookcase with at least three wide shelves so you can store gear in a variety of sizes.
2. Add locking wheels
Attach locking pedals to the bottom of the bookcase so you can easily move it around the mudroom or the garage.
3. Drill opens
Drill evenly spaced loopholes( about four or five, depending on the width of the bookcase) along the top face of one of the shelves. Keep the holes somewhat close to the edge – about one-half inch away or less.
On the underside of the rack below, drill holes to match up precisely with the holes on the shelf above.
4. Attach bungee ropes
Place the bungee rope hookings in the taught pits, and organize the lines vertically so they create a net. You crave the cords to be reasonably taut, so get the right size for your bookcase.
5. Mount peg timbers
Frame the sides of your bookcase with 1-by-2-inch committees to support peg committees that have been chipped to size. Secure the peg boards with a few nails on the top and bottom.
6. Customize with fastens and incumbents
Place fastens and holders on the peg committee so you can hang your tennis rackets, baseball gloves, jerseys, helmets and more.
7. Load up your catch-all, MVP!
Grab your gear and coordinate the buckets however you see fit. Now all you have to worry about is orchestrating the triumphing goal.
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Originally produced September 2017.