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Coffee “can” storage bins

Pt 527

John writes

Here is a photo of the [plastic] coffee can storage bins I showed on Saturday. You are free to use it and share it. The side boards are 1x8x36 and the eight dowels are 7/16 diameter x 48″. The second shelf down has a bunch of coffee can lids. I have not thought of a good way to use them yet. Any ideas?

We saw this on the weekly SHOW-AND-TELL and thought it was a cool DIY solution for storage.


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2 Comments

  1. That’s a lot of coffee 🙂

  2. I’ve been diligently collecting the same coffee containers from work for about a year now. I hadn’t gotten to the point of figuring out how to organize them. I like the rack you’ve come up with.

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