A slope out of the build garbage can storage shed is an easy way to hide in the kitchen trash. They can be stained to fit into the present color cabinet in the kitchen and can be made of almost any type of wood, as long as the wood is strong enough to carry the weight of a full trash can. Only basic home tools are required to complete the project.
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Use circular saw to cut oak boards to the appropriate size. Choose which board 19-inch with 32-inch discs will be used for the front of the garbage can storage. Measure with a band 2 inches from the bottom of the front board and mark the location with a pencil. Use a level to draw a straight line across the bottom of the board. Use a circular saw to cut the bottom 2 inches. Place 19-inch with 2-inch aboard the spread glue. The edge of the card is flush with the edge of the side panels.
Attach the garbage can shed in place with clamps wood. Use a hammer and finishing nails to provide extra support for wood glue. Drive the terminating nails through the end of the edge of the two-inch piece and into the edge of the side panel. Repeat the entire process for the back 19-inch with 32-inch panel of the cabinet. Cut four 1-inch by 1-inch wood supports to 7 inches long the supports should be positioned so that the upper part of the support is 2 inches from the bottom of the cabinet. Secure the support in the middle of the cabinet wall at two-inch height.