DIY Cooking Utensils Rotating Storage Rack


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It is all about being able to find your cooking utensils without having to dig through over-crowded drawers.

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This rotating cooking utensils rack doesn’t take up much space, makes it really easy to find what you are looking for, and you can build it in less than an hour for less than $10.

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- 4″ or 6″ Lazy Susan Hardware - Scrap piece of ½” melamine or plywood that is at least 4″ x 4″ in size. - Cup hooks* - 3/4 inch wood screws* - Small piece of pegboard*

Cut the ½” plywood into a 6″ x 6″ square.

Iron on the edge banding using the hottest setting.

Rotate the top portion so that you can see the screw holes and install the screws.

Use the holes in a piece of pegboard to mark where the cup hooks should go.

Pre drilling the holes where the hooks will go makes them easier to install straight.

Screw in the cup hooks.

Rotate the melamine square so that you can see the screw holes of the top plate.

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