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3 Kitchen Clutter Organizers

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Cookie-Sheet Organizer
Pull out tray with cookies sheets
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Position the rails to support your flat
pans, cookie sheets, and cutting
boards. The bottom rails act as the
sides of a long tray.

Cookie-Sheet Organizer

3 Tame the cookie-sheet monster

If pulling out a pan from your bakeware stack sounds like a five-car pileup, restore calm to the kitchen with a sliding cookie-sheet organizer built for your needs. Then hide it by attaching a new or existing cabinet door to its front.

Door open with trays
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We have no idea why this door had
two knobs. They didn't prevent a pan
Size the Organizer

Make the total width 1" narrower than the face-frame opening to allow clearance for the slides. This organizer's height can be anything up to the height of the face-frame opening, although we made ours about 4" shorter to save material. Make the overall organizer length about 1" less than the cabinet depth.

Continued on page 7:  Assemble the Organizer


Comments (0)
QuinF wrote:

Jeeze, if you select Print This, at the top of the screen, it formats it correctly and then you can print it to PDF.

8/31/2010 09:12:48 AM Report Abuse
Loupie wrote:

To save a copy do the following. Click on Print to get All section in one then press Ctrl A (or Select All) then Ctrl C (or Edit/Copy), open Word and Ctrl V (or Edit Paste) then save the Word document

8/28/2010 09:29:08 PM Report Abuse
ephillip3000266 wrote:

Great way to help the wife. I'm half way through my base cabinets now, but I used bottom slides instead of side mounts. It was easier to position them on exsisting shelving.

8/26/2010 03:08:01 PM Report Abuse
wyatthundrup wrote:

In the drawer organizer, one option is to make the center divider straight and instead drill a 1" hole in it so you can easily grab it and pull the tray out of the drawer. This is nice if you're setting utensils out for large parties.

8/26/2010 01:26:49 PM Report Abuse
michelcp wrote:

Click on the "Print this" at the top of the article and then atleast it gives you the whole article that you can either print or cut-and-paste into a Word Document that you can easily save.

8/26/2010 10:00:27 AM Report Abuse
Craig at WOOD wrote:

The single download link is always offered on the last page of each online project plan. This gives you the opportunity to view the entire plan before downloadiog it. Marlen @ WOOD

8/4/2010 11:01:23 AM Report Abuse

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