Double Your Drawer Space

Double Your Drawer Space



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Most drawers in the shop include a lot of wasted space. Even at only 6″ deep, most of my drawers are only at half capacity because nothing in there sits higher than 3″. Taking some inspiration from my kitchen, I decided to retro-fit an existing drawer with a sliding tray system. It requires a little bit of surgery on the drawer but in the end, doubling the capacity makes it totally worth the effort.

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32 thoughts on “Double Your Drawer Space”

  1. Hit the little bell in the corner, then Comment, like, and subscribe……..Said no Marc Spagnuolo ever.

    Lol. Great content. Love this stuff.

  2. You lot keep him talking… I'll get the clamps 😉
    Great idea! Anything that helps me bring order to my man cave is good in my book.

  3. Great idea. Will be building my shop cabinets and drawers soon so this video was perfect timing for me.

  4. Great project for those getting organized in the new year. Great project to use up scraps – which helps get organized in the new year.

  5. I don't know how you loose your mechanical pencils at my house because I have about 5 empty ones all at once a couple of times a year on my desk, and the kids and wife have no idea how it happens.

  6. That's friken genius I didn't even think of removing the back of the drawer. I was really confused as to how the top tray was so deep.

  7. I also would not have thought of opening he back halfway, but knowing me I’d probably also slide the thing all the way in and it’d fall backwards. To prevent that id just make the front of the tray slightly taller so that when it hits the stop in the back it can’t go further (and stops not as long as the ones you made so I can open a bit more with the front stopper). Great small video tip.

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