Multifunction Desktop Storage Box Organizer

Multifunction Desktop Storage Box Organizer

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Do your want to keep your book, paper box in place? Then Multifunction Desktop Storage Box Organizer is right for you here.This is a Multifunction Desktop Storage Box. Protect your important documents by using Storage Box Organizer. This Storage Box Organizer would be great to store important items such as deeds, titles, passports, coins, photographs, hand guns, sport card collections. The Desktop Storage Box is in very good condition, however, does need to be dusted. No locks but adjustable file folder supports in each drawer.At the same time, the Multifunction Storage Box can prevent stuffs from missing and mix with other things. Just take this home immediately! ## Product Description Specification Buying Guide Return Policies Specifications: This is a Multifunction Desktop Storage Box Protect your important documents by using desktop storage box Storage Box Organizerand coordinating library pockets top our stafflist of favorite organizational products You'll findsome of uses forStorage Box Organizer at home and at the office Think of adesktop storage box as a keyword or label you consider is strongly related to this product TheStorage Box Organizerin very good condition No locks but comes with adjustableMultifunction Storage Box supports in each drawer Size:71 x28 x 21cm(W xD x H) Material: MDF Details: This is a Multifunction Desktop Storage Box. Protect your important documents by using desktop storage box Storage Box Organizerand coordinating library pockets top our stafflist of favorite organizational products Think of adesktop storage box as a keyword or label you consider is strongly related to this product TheStorage Box Organizerin very good condition. No locks but comes with adjustableMultifunction Storage Box supports in each drawer How to Build Wooden Storage Shelves: Cut wooden planks using a hand saw or table saw. You will need two pieces of the same length to form the sides of the shelving unit, two pieces for the top and bottom and additional pieces for the interior shelves. The shelf pieces should be the same length as the top and bottom. Sand the edges of the wood to make sure they will not cause splinters during construction Choose two identically sized pieces of wood for the sides of your shelving unit. Using a pencil and a ruler, mark off the spots where your shelves will rest; draw a straight line across the piece of wood to act as a guide. To ensure that the marks are at the same height on both pieces, lay them next to each other and use a yardstick to draw a continuous line across the two planks. Make sure the line ends the same distance from the top or bottom of the board on each piece Cut pieces of wooden stripping into lengths equal to the width of your side panels. You will need two for each shelf, not counting the top and bottom pieces of the shelving unit. Using small nails, attach the wooden strips to the inside of the side panels so that the tops line up with the pencil lines; these will become your shelf supports. Pound the nails in facing downward to increase the holding power of each support. Use a level to make sure the strips are even Attach the bottom wooden piece of the shelving unit to the side panels. Place the panels on the outside of the bottom piece and pound a row of nails to secure them; use a drill and screws for extra security. Repeat the process to attach the top part of the bookshelf. To make the shelving unit sturdier, nail a piece of plywood across the back of the frame Slide in the shelf pieces, making sure they rest easily on top of the shelf supports. Test the strength of the supports by placing several heavy items on each shelf. If the supports slide out on their nails, you may need to add nails or change the angle How to Organize Storage Shelves: Decide who will use the items on the shelves and how. If adults need constant access to everything on the shelves but children do not, choose shelving that is above the children's reach but shallow enough that everything is visible to an adult. Basic wooden, mountable planks (length depending on wall space and number of items) are a good choice in this scenario. If children need access to the shelves, lower them to their reach; if you need constant access to some items but not all, consider vertical shelves Pull everything off the shelves to an appropriately protected ground level surface. (If items are breakable, put down a blanket to protect them and space them appropriately) Discard any broken or unusable objects Sort items into categories based on type of item and how they will be used. For instance, all pots and pans go in one section, while all cups go in another Take note of duplicate items. If the duplicate item will not be used or is not truly needed, place in either a discard pile or a donate pile Evaluate what you actually use. Unless items are used specifically for special occasions or are sentimental, a good rule of thumb is to discard anything that hasn't been used in more than a year Clean the shelves and the items you're keeping Place items on the shelves depending on how often they will be used. Items used most often should be placed in front or on shelves that provide the easiest access. Be sure to place items that may be harmful to children or pets out of their reach Package Included: * 1 xDesktop Storage Box