Make a Rolling Kitchen Storage Cart

Apr 5th

Kitchen storage cart is a gift for the busy chef who needs more work space and storage in the kitchen. After a quick trip to the home improvement store you will be about to make a rolling kitchen trolley. Refrain from sawing wood, grinding, clamps and finishing work by starting with a finished kitchen unit. If you can use a drill, you can turn the cabinet into an attractive rolling carriage.

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Purchase wheels made of the right material for your type of floor and that are made to keep the weight capacity of the cabinet. For example, if you use a heavy-duty cabinet made of genuine wood and store a large kitchen machine inside it. Wheels or wheels must be able to hold up under the weight. Choose a kitchen storage cart that exceeds the weight capacity of your use. Turn the kitchen cabinet up and down on the floor. Measure the length along an inner side of the cabinet bottom. Cut a piece 2 inches with 2-inch wood on the measured length. Apply wood glue along and the ends of this wooden support.

Set the piece of wood, glue down towards the side of the cabinet bottom. Mark the points where the kitchen storage cart is to be mounted at each corner of the cabinet bottom. Drill 1/4-inch deep starter holes for wood screws. Place the first wheel on a starting hole and screw it in using the drill. Mount the remaining castors to the cabinet. Return the cabinet upright. Place the towel bar – which will constitute the pull handle for the rolling carriage – at a comfortable height against one side of the cabinet. Drill 1/4-inch deep starter holes for screws in the side of the cabinet.