This inexpensive workshop storage solution is perfect for fasteners, electrical parts and small, miscellaneous doodads, and it takes up almost no space.
By the DIY experts of The Family Handyman Magazine:March 2007
Drill the holes, then insert and tighten the pivot screw. Use two fender washers and two nuts so that the muffin tin swings easily, without loosening.
Work surface cluttered with miscellaneous
nails, screws, hardware,
whatever? Clean it up
and still keep that stuff at your fingertips!
Attach a muffin tin under a shelf with a
single 1/4-in. x 1-1/2-in. flat head
machine screw. The tin pivots out from
beneath work surfaces to organize and
serve up any little doodad you frequently
use. And you store all that little stuff without
using up a single square inch of workspace.
For best results when installing
your muffin bins:
Have the necessary tools for this DIY project lined up before you start—you’ll save time and frustration.
Avoid last-minute shopping trips by having all your materials ready ahead of time. Here's a list.
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