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How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays

Build these handy undersink roll-out trays in a weekend. You can tackle this project with simple carpentry tools and some careful measuring. You can make all the trays in an afternoon using building products from your local home center or hardware store for as little as $80.
  • Julie Sharp

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    How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays. Kitchen storage

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    How to Build Kitchen Sink Storage Trays...for C undersink storage idea

  • Mary Ihla

    Creative Under Sink Storage Ideas The storage space under the kitchen sink is usually dark and dingy. These roll out trays will get everything out in the open and let you find exactly what you need at a glance. http://hative.com/creative-under-sink-storage-ideas/

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Build these handy undersink roll-out trays in a weekend. You can tackle this project with simple carpentry tools and some careful measuring. You can make all the trays in an afternoon using building products from your local home center or hardware store for as little as $80.

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