1. Alan Falk
    January 5, 2013 @ 12:07 am

    Yesterday I assembled a storage rack for my garage to offload my yellow “wood cart” of all the wood that’s been drying in my garage for the past year or two.

    The cart is now empty, and ALL of the wood that had been piled up about four feet high on it and around it is now on the rack. Perfect fit!

    And, I finally finished a rack/holder to support big logs that I want to chainsaw lengthwise…

    My garage is now LOTS neater and roomier than before!



  2. Alan Falk
    January 5, 2013 @ 12:09 am


  3. Anonymous
    January 6, 2013 @ 6:39 am

    Happy New Year and as usual nice video.
    This has made my to-do list.
    …where’s your safety glasses?

    Thanks for the good work.

    K. Plante


  4. 7.62x54r
    January 6, 2013 @ 7:07 am

    A few suggestions. 1) instead of solid plywood ramps just use rails down each side. 3/4×3/4 should be plenty. That makes it easier to clean out if you spill a bag of macaroni on something in it. (If you can’t imagine that, you don’t have kids.) 2) open up the front of the top row so you can load it without having any space above it. That way it can fight “tight” between two shelves. Otherwise you’ve wasted an entire row of can space above it just to be able to load it. It will also make it easier to see what you’re low on if it’s at eye level without having to look at the top of it. 3) Since you don’t need the top open anymore cover it completely to keep dust out.

    The basic concept is great and it “forces” you to rotate your stock, which is always a good idea.


    • Anonymous
      November 5, 2013 @ 9:00 pm

      Great Ideas, yes I have kids


    • Buffy
      November 24, 2016 @ 11:47 pm

      rails is a fantastic idea! ty so much both of you 😀 I have a pantry in need of a few of these lol


  5. heath
    January 7, 2013 @ 12:03 pm

    Wow, the new camera looks GREAT! But ditch the tripod. I kinda miss the old “camera held out at arm’s length” method. But then, I guess that new camera would get pretty heavy after a while…


  6. Anonymous
    January 14, 2013 @ 9:11 am

    Do you make these canned goods dispensers in a kit form (pieces cut that can be assembled) that you sell? This is very impressive and much needed in my pantry.


  7. Anonymous
    January 15, 2013 @ 3:31 am

    I like this very much and with a little modification (some mentioned above in 7.62x54r’s comments) it will prove very useful. Thanks for the idea…now why didn’t I think of that 😀


  8. Ron White
    February 9, 2013 @ 3:07 pm

    Great idea. I could use one at my house. Do you sell them?


  9. themr.wells
    March 31, 2013 @ 5:04 pm

    Hey there Steve. I loved this idea and used it, modified it abit to suit my needs. check it out if you get a chance.http://lumberjocks.com/projects/82086


  10. Anonymous
    March 9, 2014 @ 9:58 am

    I could use something like this in sizes to fit tuna cans and tomato paste cans. Also the cans that Rotelle tomatoes (tomatoes with chilis) come in are a bit smaller than some of the others.


  11. FaeLynne Gertz
    March 13, 2014 @ 10:40 am

    Or if you have those white coated metal racks in your pantry, then remove, turn upside down and replace in pantry at a slight angle. That way you can place cans in, they wont slide off and there is room to store on all shelves.


  12. Anonymous
    June 19, 2014 @ 8:00 am

    This is AWESOME! So grateful for your creativity and instructions!


  13. Taresa
    January 31, 2017 @ 9:24 am

    Can you give a supply list. Does it require 1/2 sheet of plywood ? 3/4. ? WHole?


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