storage. Friday , December 09th , 2016 - 05:36:35 AM
Depending on the space available on the bookshelf, there are one of two things you can do. The first option is to stack the records together, whereas the second option is to place them in a container or box vertically and then keep it on the bookshelf.
Call them vinyl, phonograph, or gramophone records, or Long Play (LP) records, only an ardent collector knows the anguish of not having adequate storage space for them. There's absolutely no way the records can be stacked in a heap on the floor. You require a proper (read: fashionable) organizing and storing method so that you can find them as quickly as possible.
You can also hang small tin boxes to keep small garage supplies, like, nuts, bolts, and screws. Install long shelves on the pegboard to place bottles of lubricants, flashlights, batteries, etc. While hanging a board, which holds the supplies, hang it near the work bench, so that you can access the supplies quickly. Use a board that will properly hold all the items, since many of these supplies are heavy. You may take the help of furring strips, and install along with the pegboard to provide extra support, so that all the tools can be hung properly.
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