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I’m updating my workshop and building these shelves as a sturdy option for paint and stain cans, but these could be used anywhere you need strong, sturdy deep shelves.
I’m using strips of leftover ¾-inch plywood to create 4-foot-long shelves.
I made two sizes, one to fit quart paint and stain cans and another taller and shallower size to fit spray paint cans.
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