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    Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    I am going to build a cabinet for my garage to store my detailing products and equipment.

    I am looking for good examples of a well organized cabinet.



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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Im also interested to see what people have come up with for storing their products. Ill be needing to build a good shelf in the next few weeks.
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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    i have a closet in my room thats where i keep it. lol

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Though i dont have enought product to need a custom cabnet right now i store my detailing products in tool bags i bought at harbor freight.

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Quote Originally Posted by LMacdonald View Post
    I am going to build a cabinet for my garage to store my detailing products and equipment.

    I am looking for good examples of a well organized cabinet.
    This is a cabinet I picked up from Sears Online a few years ago when it was on sale for $279. I see it's now on sale for $263.99.

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_00959125000P

    For anyone interested, free shipping if you pick it up at the store. I suggest a full size bed and two people, it's a monster box for one guy to handle!

    The thing I liked about it vs other cabinets I looked at is the shelves inside the doors for smaller items. The holes in the sides turned out to be a bonus for use with pegboard hooks.







    I've since started using velcro tabs on the underside of the shelves and side walls to stash pads without taking up shelf space. Works nice on the outside of the cabinet for odds n ends too.

    Outgrew it pretty fast, think I'll pick up another before the price goes back up.

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    I have two storage areas side by side in my garage.

    One is a standard office cabinet with adjustable metal shelves, which I use to store my pressure washer, crates of MF cloths and applicators, and the smaller bottles of products.



    Next to the metal cabinet is a wooden bookshelf cum wine rack which I salvaged and reconfigured to house my larger containers of products, spray bottles and other odds and ends


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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Hey Woodie:

    How is that portable vacuum you've got there? I see them very cheap online, but there's little in the way of specs. So how is it?

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Quote Originally Posted by neuralfraud View Post
    Hey Woodie:

    How is that portable vacuum you've got there? I see them very cheap online, but there's little in the way of specs. So how is it?
    Although fairly powerful for a small, 12V powered unit, it's definitely not suitable for full interior cleaning. I keep it around for mid week tidy ups and those random occasions when I quickly need to sort out light dirt and I don't feel like hauling out the big electric vacuum.

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Mid week tidy ups sounds like a perfect use scenario for such a thing, think I'll get one. Thanks and I apologize for threadjacking

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    Re: Designing a cabinet for my Meguiar's product.

    Just started working on the Garage, it should be completed by next weekend
    Floor is done, cabinets are not finished yet.
    As soon as I read how to put pictures on this forum Ill post them

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