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Spray Can Storage

I’m a great fan of aerosol finishes, especially now that many of them have adjustable tips that make much less splatter. But my shop got so cluttered with half-used cans that I had trouble finding the color I wanted, so I built this simple storage rack for all the cans. Now I can instantly find just the color I’m looking for. The shelves need to be 5-in. deep, but the angle isn’t critical. Anything between 45 to 75 degrees will work. Mine is 70 degrees. 

This story originally appeared in American Woodworker July 2003, issue #101.

July 2003, issue #101

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