Microwave cart turned painting station

Microwave cart turned painting station

station1.jpg station.jpgCraig Smith of the Firefly Workshop writes in:

I had a $5 microwave cart from goodwill that ended up in my shop as a finishing table where I would paint, stain or varnish items on newspaper. It was bugging me that all the space underneath was unused, and my paints, stains and varnishes were in 3 different places on shelves. Based on a 20 minute sketch, the cart storage insert was made in one afternoon with scrap plywood I had lying around. Now my 32 cans of spray paint, 17 quarts of stains & paint, and 7 half-pints of paint are neatly stored under the roll-out cart for convenient use and out of the way storage.

2 thoughts on “Microwave cart turned painting station

  1. https://openid.org/totalmonkey says:

    This is why I love the Make blogs!

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